16. 12. 2020 | Uncategorized
First year of LIFE IP - Air Quality Improvement project was meant for self-education and mapping. At the start of december, a second monitoring visit by NEEMO, organization responsible for monitoring LIFE projects, took place online due to COVID-19 situation.
11. 11. 2020 | Awareness
Unsatisfactory air quality in Slovakia can also stem from insufficient awareness. Minister of Environment Ján Budaj introduced new web application dnesdycham.sk, which aims to inform public on air quality in Slovakia in a simple, comprehensible way.
13. 10. 2020 | Air
Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic presented the national reform plan titled "Modern and successful Slovakia" devised by the governmental analytic units. The document shall serve as basis for the recovery plan with aim to solve social and economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic.
28. 09. 2020 | Uncategorized
Conference is cancelled and postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic and the increase in infected cases.
07. 09. 2020 | Air
The United Nations designated 7 September as the International Day of Clean Air. On the occasion, the Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic brought attention to air pollution and its impact on human health as well as planned legislative changes and measures taken to improve air quality in Slovakia.
20. 08. 2020 | Uncategorized
Meet the team ready to improve the air quality in Slovakia. Air Quality Manager positions were established to strengthen capacities and competencies of regional and local authorities and enhance the implementation of Air Quality Management Plans.
20. 07. 2020 | Awareness
By 2050 it is expected that 70 % of the human population will live in cities. They way we plan a build our cities defines our quality of life, our health.
06. 07. 2020 | Air
Data from the Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service (CAMS) shows lower concentrations of air pollutants in Europe counter to China, where the air quality regresses with the looser restrictions.
13. 05. 2020 | Air
Czech Hydrometeorological Institute published a report on air quality during the first month since the state of emergency declaration in the Czech Republic. The report focused mainly on air pollution caused by NOx and particulate matter PM10.
05. 05. 2020 | Air
Strict measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 decreased the concentrations of air pollutants approx. by 25 %. Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute (SHMI) published an analysis on air pollutants concentrations development in the period of month before and after the quarantine measures, as well as compared the concentrations with previous years.