The Association for the Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution (APPA) was created in 1958 and recognized as public utility in 1962. Its activities are located at the intersection of the fields of environment, public health and climate. It is involved in all issues relating to air quality, both inside and outside the premises, from the global to the local level.
For more information: www.appa.asso.fr
The PC2A Laboratory, (University of Lille / CNRS) is a multidisciplinary research unit whose fundamental and applied activities, related to energy and the environment, are oriented towards the characterization of atmospheric and combustion domains.
For more information: http://pc2a.univ-lille.fr/
EFCA is a non-political, non-governmental and non-profit federation of national associations active in Europe in the field of air pollution control and environmental protection. It works at the interface between science and (European) policy on environmental issues.
For more information: www.efca.net