Welcome to the
acid deposition and air quality management
from data to policy
EANET was established in 2001 as an intergovernmental initiative to create a common understanding on the state of acid deposition problems in East Asia, provide useful inputs for decision making at various levels, and promote cooperation among countries.
In 2021, EANET expanded its scope to cover wider air pollution issues with the adoption of the Annex to the EANET Instrument. At the same time, the EANET Project Fund was established to encourage collaboration outside of the EANET network and mobilize more resources.
Read the MTP 2021-2025 to know more about EANET’s activities.
13 countries in East Asia are participating in EANET at present. UN Environment Programme Asia Pacific is the Secretariat and the Asia Center for Air Pollution Research (ACAP) located in Japan is the Network Center for EANET.
Click on a country on the map to download the related fact sheet or download the Summary of Fact sheets
How we fight acid deposition
and air pollution
The EANET is the only network in East Asia to monitor both acid deposition and air pollution, producing high-quality open data, providing knowledge-sharing, capacity-building, and public awareness to government officials, researchers, and the general public, promoting regional cooperation. Find out more.