ICARUS (Integrated Climate forcing and Air pollution Reduction in Urban Systems) was a European research and innovation project active from May 2016 to October 2020. The project applied integrated tools and strategies for urban impact assessment in support of air quality and climate change governance in EU Member States leading to the design and implementation of appropriate abatement strategies to improve the air quality and reduce the carbon footprint in European cities. 

Results of the policy analyses allowed us to determine the most sustainable GHG mitigation and air quality (AQ) improvement strategies. The latter have been proposed to the authorities competent for atmospheric pollution and climate protection management as guidance for decision-making that would lead towards maximizing the net public health and wellbeing benefits while taking into consideration the costs associated with air pollution and climate change in the EU.

The ICARUS mobile application

The ICARUS Decision Support System

The ICARUS Global Data Repository

Integrated Climate forcing and Air pollution Reduction in Urban Systems.

Main concepts and key findings of ICARUS - Prof. Rainer Friedrich

Podcast Interview conducted with Anna Maccagnan on CBA

IT Consultant Georgios Sarigiannis, UpcomLtd & the RQuality app

    ICARUS was funded by Horizon 2020 (H2020)