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Air pollution policy: Institutional and administrative set-up. Bob Nieuwejaers Head of Divison Division Air, Nuisance, Risk management, Environment and Health Department Environment, Nature and Energy Flemish Government [email protected] Division of competences.
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Head of Divison
Division Air, Nuisance, Risk management, Environment and Health
Department Environment, Nature and Energy
3. Regional competences: all the rest
1. Department on Environment, Nature and Energy (LNE).
2. Flemish Environmental Agency (VMM)
3. Interregional CelI (IRCEL)
4. Flemish Energy Agency (VEA)
5. Flemish Land Agency (VLM): NH3 emissions
Belgian position in international negociations and debates must be agreed on among all parties
*= stationary sources:
- description of the sector
- socio-economic characteristics
- historical emission data
- projections on activities, energy use and emissions
- description of possible additional measures
- drawing up of marginal cost curves
2. Creation of support and engagement of sectors and companies; continuous debate from the start with each industrial sector
3. Reduction programme: from sectoral study till legisation or voluntary approach
4. Economic instruments (taxes, trading) considered but finally not used (used as a final threat to reach sufficient ambition levels
5. Cooperation with federal (product standards), permit divison, Inspectorate
6. Tansport (national ceiling): see next presentation for Flemish measures
1. Implementation of the legislation is a regional competences: specific legislation in each region
2. Drawing action plans and derogation requests is a regional competence
3. Regional action plans include measures at regional, federal and local level
4. Coordination between regional action plans (IRCEL)
5. At Flemish level: different Task Forces to draw up and implement action plans
1. Task Force within Environment Department (LNE)
5. Design your monitoring network carefully taking into account your objectives
6. Issue of correction factors using different monitoring equipments
7. When drawing up your action plans, take your stakeholders on board at het right moment
(i.e. when you have a first draft of the main lines of the plan)
8.Create sufficient support for your actions at all necessary levels (governments, other departments, local authorities, industry, public,…)