HARC’s work in air quality research and management includes air quality modeling, emission reduction technologies, emissions monitoring technology and policy. In addition, researchers study regional impacts of and adaptations to climate change. The air research program is multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional; objective and non-partisan. The result is a dynamic partnership that integrates rigorous research and policy assessment in a way that has become a HARC trademark in the region.
Key research objectives:
- Advance the science of regional air quality monitoring and modeling
- Develop emissions-reducing technology
- Communicate climate change science and policy