Measuring Emission and Its Effect on the Environment and Population

Local Chapter Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Chapter

Coordinated byTanzania ,

Status: Ongoing

Project background.

Raise Awareness, Engage the Community, Identify Key Pollutants

The problem.

The data and evidence generated by your project can influence local policymakers and authorities to adopt evidence-based environmental policies and regulations. This can lead to the implementation of stricter emission control measures and sustainable development practices.

Identifying areas with high pollutant concentrations can aid in the development of targeted public health interventions to reduce exposure and mitigate health risks.

Project goals.

- Measure and monitor the concentrations of key pollutants, such as greenhouse gases (e.g., CO2, CH4, N2O) and air pollutants (e.g., PM, SO2, NOx), in various areas of the community. - Assess the environmental impact of emissions on local air quality, water quality, soil health, and ecosystems to understand the scope and severity of environmental degradation.

Project plan.

  • Week 1

    Phase 1: Project Preparation and Research (Duration: 2 months)

  • Week 2

    Phase 2: Data Collection (Duration: 3 months)

  • Week 3

    Phase 3: Data Analysis and Environmental Impact Assessment (Duration: 2 months)

  • Week 4

    Phase 3: Data Analysis and Environmental Impact Assessment (Duration: 2 months)

  • Week 6

    Phase 4: Community Engagement and Awareness (Duration: Ongoing throughout the project)

  • Week 8

    Phase 5: Policy Advocacy and Mitigation Strategies (Duration: 2 months)

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