BAQ 2010 Conference Special Pass

The Better Air Quality (BAQ) Conference, Asia’s largest gathering of air quality stakeholders from government, civil society, academe, private sector, and the international development community, will be held in Singapore from 9 – 11 November 2010 at the Suntec International Convention Centre. Participants from over 35 countries attend BAQ, including government officials from at least 15 countries and representatives from over 50 Asian cities. Better Air Quality (BAQ) Conference is held once every two years starting with the first BAQ in Hong Kong (2002), Philippines (2003), India (2004), Indonesia (2006), and Thailand (2008).

Organized by the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia) in partnership with the National Environment Agency and the Land Transport Authority of Singapore, BAQ 2010 will attract up to 600 policy makers and other stakeholders in Asia to discuss “air quality in a changing climate.” We would like to give the opportunity for residents of the host city to participate in the 3-day BAQ Conference through a Special Pass.

What is a Special Pass?

The BAQ Secretariat will issue a Special Pass to interested participants who wish to attend sessions of the BAQ Conference sans the registration fee of $450. This Special Pass will grant you free entry to all BAQ Conference Sessions but will not entitle you to the Conference Kit and meals during the Conference.

Who can avail the Special Pass?

The Special Pass is reserved for Singapore representatives coming from government, universities and academic institutions (including students) and non-profit organizations.

How can I register for a Special Pass?

Interested participants may request for a Special Pass by pre-registering at: (please indicate Special Pass under Participant Type)
Due to limited availability of the Special Pass, we strongly encourage all interested participants to pre-register to guarantee your slot.

For more information, email or visit:

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