The Urban Partnership for Air Quality is presenting its first results in a workshop on 13 June in London. City representatives, regional and government officials, financial institutions, universities, think-tanks, NGOs and other organisations committed to finding solutions in the field of Air Quality management are invited to participate and engage in shaping recommendations and actions for better legislation, better knowledge and better funding.

Participation in the Urban Air Quality Partnership - Stakeholders Workshop is free of charge. Registration is open until 30 May.

The Urban Agenda for the EU is a new working method to ensure maximum utilisation of the growth potential of cities and to successfully tackle social challenges. It aims to promote cooperation between Member States, Cities, the European Commission and other stakeholders, in order to stimulate growth, liveability and innovation in the cities of Europe.

The Urban Partnership for Air Quality is actively supported by four Member States, five cities, as well by a number of European associations and EU institutions.