On 27 and 28 November 2019, the second EU Clean Air Forum took place in Bratislava (Slovakia).
Following the first EU Clean Air Forum in Paris in 2017, the European Commission organised, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic, a second EU Clean Air Forum on 28 and 29 November 2019.
The second EU Clean Air Forum focused on four key themes: air quality and health; air quality and energy; air quality and agriculture; and clean air funding mechanisms. It concluded with a reflective and forward-looking debate on how air pollution should be tackled over the coming years – informed by lessons learnt from the Fitness Check of the Ambient Air Quality Directives.
- Brochure (including agenda) - EU Clean Air Forum (2019)
- Summary report - EU Clean Air Forum (2019)
- Recording - EU Clean Air Forum (2019)
At Bratislava City Hall, a town hall discussion took place on 27 November, and a panel discussion on ‘The air we breathe: Improving air quality at European, national and local level’ was organised. For more information about the event, please visit the side event webpage in English or Slovak.
In the context of the Clean Air Forum, four short videos were compiled:
- Air pollution in cities
- Clean air and agriculture
- Business solutions for cleaner air
- Air pollution from heating