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Transnational Adaption Actions for Integrated Indoor Air Quality Management
InAirQ aims to describe the health impacts of indoor air quality on the vulnerable population and to take action to improve the healthy environment in schools of Central Europe.
The project will develop a Virtual Health Repository to help decision makers monitor the indoor air quality and its changes. 12 schools per Partner State will be involved in the monitoring stage. National Action Plans will be elaborated, tested and implemented in 1 school per Partner State, striving to raise standards of human health through improvements in the indoor environment. Capacity-building courses will be organised, tailored to the school managers and local/regional school operating bodies for the best implementation of the action plans, while the transnational Environment Quality Forum will provide the follow up of the project results and sustain the co-operation to the potential stakeholders.
prague, czech republic
The monitoring campaign of indoor and outdoor air quality is currently involving 12 schools from each country partner (see map)
The second Benchmark visit will take place in Finland, between 21st and 24th May 2018. The work group will visit a series of schools in Sipoo and Espoo, near Helsinki, in order to gather information about the best practices adopted for the improvement of indoor air quality.
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