Civil Society Perspective on Air Quality Management Fakta, KPBB, Swisscontact, Indonesian Lead InformationCenter, KAWAT, WWF Indonesia, Kaukus Lingkungan Hidup Jakarta, Pelangi, Tra-DC, Indonesia Center for Environmental Law, Address: 3 rd Ranuza Building, Jalan Timor 10 Menteng
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Fakta, KPBB, Swisscontact, Indonesian Lead InformationCenter, KAWAT, WWF Indonesia, Kaukus Lingkungan Hidup Jakarta, Pelangi, Tra-DC, Indonesia Center for Environmental Law,
Address: 3rd Ranuza Building, Jalan Timor 10 Menteng
Jakarta 10340 INDONESIA
Ph: +62-21-3190 6807, F: +62-21-315 3401,
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.kpbb.org; www.indonesian-lic.org
Rapid urbanization, industrialization and land clearing palm oil plantation (forest fire) in Indonesia tend to cause chronic air pollution problems
Source: AAQM Report 2005
Challenge: high level of public awareness about air pollution, but low commitment to improve air quality
Inverse Correlation BLL and IQ Point
Source: KPBB/LIC/ITB, 2005
Do Not Use the Children of Indonesia to Carry Out the Next Experiment!
(Michael P Walsh).
Integration of Functions
An effective air quality management needs to integrate policy making, legislation, monitoring and enforcement for fuel, emission standards, technology, land use planning, I&M and transport management. In the implementation, it could be accommodated the public participation and global networking.