ClairCity draws upon the multi-disciplinary skills of project partners and partner cities across Europe to explore and connect air pollution and carbon emissions to citizens’ behaviour and activities. The multi-disciplinary skills and approaches adopted by ClairCity, along with shared inputs, ground-breaking citizen engagement methodologies and the cumulative enhancement of the project outputs, are managed through seven “Work Packages”.
|Work Package||Title||Work Package Leader||Work Package Lead Organisation|
|1||Project Management & Advisory Board||Hans Bolscher||Trinomics|
|2||Dissemination & Exploitation||Laura Fogg Rogers||University of the West of England (UWE)|
|3||Behaviour, Activity & Practices||Tim Chatterton||University of the West of England (UWE)|
|4||Citizens and Stakeholder Engagement||Eva Csobod||Regional Environmental Center (REC) Hungary|
|5||Quantification||Kris Vanherle||Transport & Mobility Leuven (TML)|
|6||Policy & Governance||Stephan Slingerland||Trinomics|
|7||Scenario Coordination & City Policy Package||Svein Knudsen||Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU)|
|8||Ethics Requirements||Hans Bolscher||Trinomics|
For the day-to-day management of the project, the Management Board works through the Executive Management Group (EMG) that is formed by the Project Director, Project Manager, and Technical Lead together with the Work Package Leaders. They have regular (monthly) meetings, either in person or by teleconferencing. The EMG reports to the Management Board.
The Management Board (Project Director, Project Manager and Technical Director) ensure successful execution of the project. They meet up to twice a year and have bi-monthly conference calls for discussing progress and upcoming milestones.
The Project Advisory Board consists of external experts from international research and practitioner communities who have agreed to serve as peer reviewers and a sounding board for ClairCity.
The Project Advisory Board guides strategic choices in the project in collaboration with the Management Board. They also ensure the project’s quality and offer links to make ClairCity relevant to wider research and policy agendas.
|1||Olav Peeters||Scientific Coordinator at Belgian Interregional Environment Agency (IRCEL – CELINE)||Belgium|
|2||Anette Persson||Senior adviser at Swedish Ministry of the Environment and Energy – Swedish Energy Agency||Sweden|
|3||Harold Wilhite||Research Director at the University of Oslo’s Centre for Development and Environment||Norway|
|4||Dimosthenis Sarigiannis||Project Lead ICARUS||Greece|
|5||Francesco Pilla||Project Lead i-Scape||Ireland|
|6||Sandor Nagy||Vice Mayor for Urban Development of the CIVITAS programme||Hungary|
|7||Katy Nehammer||Informal Learning Manager at At-Bristol Science Centre||UK|
|8||Anna Dworakowska||Krakow Smog Alert||Poland|
|9||Jon Bickel||Swisscontact Country Manager||Peru|
|10||Roseanne Diab||Executive Officer of the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)||South Africa|
|11||Mukesh Khare||Indian Institute of Technology||India|
|12||Glynda Bathan||Deputy Executive Director at Clean Air Asia||Philippines|