In the frame of urban air-pollution reduction policies, economic costs and environmental benefits of a variety of actions have been quantitatively assessed for the Province of Milan (Northern Italy), focusing on PM10 and NOx emission sources.Short-to-mid-term interventions that have been taken into consideration include reduction of inner temperature in residential buildings, banning of residential biomass heating systems, banning of diesel fuelled domestic boilers, night-time streets washing, speed limit reduction on highways, circulation restrictions of oldest EURO vehicles, conversion of diesel buses to natural gas, car sharing/biking promotion, DPF adoption in diesel vehicles, extension of road lanes for urban buses, energy efficiency refurbishment in residential buildings.Re*sults emerged from the cost-benefit analysis integrated with socio-political indicators obtained through direct surveys, will contribute, with an holistic and multidisciplinary approach, to drive the local administrators to implement the most suitable actions in one of the most polluted areas in west-Europe. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.

Chiesa, M., Perrone, M., Cusumano, N., Ferrero, L., Sangiorgi, G., Bolzacchini, E., et al. (2014). An environmental, economical and socio-political analysis of a variety of urban air-pollution reduction policies for primary PM10 and NOx: The case study of the Province of Milan (Northern Italy). ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY, 44, 39-50 [10.1016/j.envsci.2014.07.012].

An environmental, economical and socio-political analysis of a variety of urban air-pollution reduction policies for primary PM10 and NOx: The case study of the Province of Milan (Northern Italy)

PERRONE, MARIA GRAZIA
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FERRERO, LUCA;SANGIORGI, GIORGIA MAURA LUISA;BOLZACCHINI, EZIO;
2014

Abstract

In the frame of urban air-pollution reduction policies, economic costs and environmental benefits of a variety of actions have been quantitatively assessed for the Province of Milan (Northern Italy), focusing on PM10 and NOx emission sources.Short-to-mid-term interventions that have been taken into consideration include reduction of inner temperature in residential buildings, banning of residential biomass heating systems, banning of diesel fuelled domestic boilers, night-time streets washing, speed limit reduction on highways, circulation restrictions of oldest EURO vehicles, conversion of diesel buses to natural gas, car sharing/biking promotion, DPF adoption in diesel vehicles, extension of road lanes for urban buses, energy efficiency refurbishment in residential buildings.Re*sults emerged from the cost-benefit analysis integrated with socio-political indicators obtained through direct surveys, will contribute, with an holistic and multidisciplinary approach, to drive the local administrators to implement the most suitable actions in one of the most polluted areas in west-Europe. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.
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Environmental cost-benefit analysis; Primary PM10 emissions; Residential sector; Transport sector
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Chiesa, M., Perrone, M., Cusumano, N., Ferrero, L., Sangiorgi, G., Bolzacchini, E., et al. (2014). An environmental, economical and socio-political analysis of a variety of urban air-pollution reduction policies for primary PM10 and NOx: The case study of the Province of Milan (Northern Italy). ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY, 44, 39-50 [10.1016/j.envsci.2014.07.012].
Chiesa, M; Perrone, M; Cusumano, N; Ferrero, L; Sangiorgi, G; Bolzacchini, E; Lorenzoni, A; Ballarin Denti, A
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