Knowledge Management on Air Quality
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Knowledge management on air quality: Case studies.
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1. Knowledge management.
2. Air pollution.
3. Climate change.
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This report was prepared by the CAI–Asia Center under the RDTA 6510: Capturing and Transferring Air Quality
Management Knowledge in Asia (“KnowledgeAir”), with ﬁnancial support from the Asian Development Bank
(ADB) through the Japan Special Fund.
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