Joan Marc Craviotto Arnau is an Air Quality Project Manager in Barcelona City Council, where he has worked since 2009. He has a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and a postgraduate degree in Air Quality Management and Atmospheric Pollution Control from the University of Santiago de Chile.
In his role as Air Quality Project Manager for Barcelona City Council, Joan Marc has gained extensive experience in managing air quality issues at city level. He undertakes air quality assessment and provides technical and policy advice in the field of air quality. He has also contributed to the development and assessment of the city’s emission inventory and takes responsibility for the air quality modelling and monitoring for the City of Barcelona. Furthermore, Joan Marc steers the design and implementation of important measures to abate air pollution.
Joan Marc is a key contributor to the air quality public awareness campaign for the City of Barcelona. He is committed to sharing knowledge and raising awareness of environmental issues related to air quality. He engages with and promotes scientific research to increase the knowledge of the air quality dynamics in the city of Barcelona and is a regular speaker and attendant at air quality conferences, congresses and workshops.