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Main Title Studies on Health Benefit Estimation of Air Pollution in Korea.
Author Joh, S. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. ;National Renewable Energy Lab., Golden, CO.
Publisher Mar 2000
Year Published 2000
Stock Number PB2006-102219
Additional Subjects Greenhouse gases ; Mitigation ; Air pollution control ; Climate changes ; Ancillary benefits ; Energy efficiency ; Air quality ; Health effects ; Valuations ; Environmental policies ; Global aspects ; Renewable energy sources ; Energy technologies ; Developing countries ; Korea ; Air pollution benefits ; United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC) ; Ancillary benefits ; Bottom-up approach ; Environmental ancillary benefits
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NTIS  PB2006-102219 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 10/09/2006
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Abstract
In Korea few previous studies on environmental benefit estimates have been carried out. In particular, no studies have dealt with ancillary benefit of green house gas reduction. In this context ancillary benefit study proposed would (1) play a critical role in cost benefit analysis of climate change by giving a reference of benefit estimates such that it will have a significant impact on climate change policy decision and (2) give a good example on environmental benefit estimation in general and calculation of ancillary benefit in a context of climate change in particular. Recent cost benefit study carried out in Kyonggi Province has revealed a mitigation cost of 3,069 million US dollars and benefit of 743 - 2,069 million dollars associated with mortality and morbidity reduced from PM10, SO2, and O3 over 2000-2007. In developed countries PM is generally regarded as most deleterious pollutant. However, in Korea most epidemiologists have consensus that ozone is the most harmful pollutant. Since, ancillary benefit modeling in Korea is in its fledgling stage, suggestion for the model building is timely and useful. Based on Korean situation of data availability, risk potential, and feasibility, the main frame of future Korean study is recommended to investigate in order of priority PM10, SO2, NO2, and ozone as pollutants and Seoul Metropolitan area, urban area, and nationwide in geographic level to cover.