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DG Environment has launched an open call for tender on the review of RAINS model. The terms of reference of the assignment were drafted in close cooperation with the UN ECE secretariat of the Convention of Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution as well as other users of the RAINS model. The terms of reference are available in in English, French and German:

de en fr (pdf~120K)

DG Environment has contracted a consortium - the RAINS review team, led by the Swedish Environmental Research Institute - to perform the review of the RAINS model from a scientific perspective. The major tasks to performed were outlined in the technical annex of the contract de en fr (pdf~120K).

The draft final report (pdf~300K) has recently been submitted by the review team.

The CAFE programme now invites you to contibute with views and further considerations on the RAINS review report. Your views and considerations on the report should be related to the task of the contract, namely to review the RAINS model from a scientific perspective. The CAFE programme and the RAINS review team will consider this additional information in the finalisation of the RAINS review.

Please send you views and considerations to Peringe Grennfelt at the Swedish Environmental Research Insitute with a copy to André Zuber at the CAFE programme. The deadline for sending your views and considerations is the 6th September.

Final version of the RAINS peer review (13 October). (pdf~120K)

DG Environment has launched an open call for tender on the review of the RAINS model. The terms of reference of the assignment were drafted in close cooperation with the UN ECE secretariat of the Convention of Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution (link to http://www.unece.org/env/lrtap/welcome.html) as well as other users of the RAINS model. The terms of reference are available in in English, French and German:

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