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Introduction to the Workshop. Workshop, October 2-3, 2002 Johan Sliggers. Outline. Why CBA? CBA in air pollution Current status CBA Damage/benefits ecosystems Expectations Logistics. Why Cost Benefit Analysis?. Treaty of Amsterdam (EU) Environment has matured Comparability

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introduction to the workshop

Introduction to the Workshop

Workshop, October 2-3, 2002

Johan Sliggers

outline
Outline
  • Why CBA?
  • CBA in air pollution
  • Current status CBA
  • Damage/benefits ecosystems
  • Expectations
  • Logistics
why cost benefit analysis
Why Cost Benefit Analysis?
  • Treaty of Amsterdam (EU)
  • Environment has matured
  • Comparability
  • Review Gothenburg Protocol/ NEC Directive
cba in air pollution
CBA in Air Pollution
  • Costs and physical benefits
  • Costs and monetized benefits
benefits pathway
Benefits Pathway

Pollution Load

Stock at Risk

Exposure-response functions

Impact assessment

Valuation

current status cba
Current Status CBA

Impact Damages 1990 Red.Dam.Gth.p.

Health morb.

Health mort.

Materials

Crops

Timber

Ecological damage

Visibility

Sub-total

Total

47

230-560

1.8

27

2.2

N.m.

N.q.

310-640

N.q.

18

95-160

1.2

7.8

0.8

N.m.

5.6

130-190

N.q.

damage benefits ecosystems
Damage / Benefits Ecosystems
  • Biodiversity
  • Effect oriented measures
logistics
Logistics
  • Marjo & Melanie
  • “Proceedings”
  • List of participants
  • Field excursion
  • Diets
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