Dr. Nataliia Maksiuta
National University "Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic"
CV: Nataliia Maksiuta, Ph .D., National University "Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic", Ukraine. Head of the department of organizational and analytical support of the educational process Philosophy Doctor (Ph.D.) Specialty 183 - Environmental Protection Technology, DRNo.002196, topic "Improving the monitoring of air agglomerations (on example of Poltava)"/ Specialized Academic Council DF35.056.046, Author of 23 publications in domestic and foreign publications, including 4 scientific articles included in Scopus (h-index 2), 3 articles in professional journals of Ukraine, a foreign collective monograph, 13 articles in collections of conference materials and abstracts of reports, 2 documents of regional significance.
Presentation title: H2 - POLTAVA ECO-CITY
Abstract: The comfort and recreational attractiveness of the city's habitat is impaired by chemical pollution and noise pollution. The contribution of road transport emissions to air pollution in Poltava is already up to 85%. The noise load caused by the unregulated traffic system of both cars and trucks through the streets of the city has become an integral part of its microclimate, which significantly reduces the comfort of living and affects the level of morbidity of the population. The idea of the project is to develop a model of municipal transport greening in Poltava, which includes a set of measures aimed at reducing chemical pollution and noise load on the atmospheric environment of the city environment. Namely: conversion of municipal transport with installations of alternative energy - hydrogen fuel and reorganization of the system of city transport flows. The advantage is a significant reduction in the flow of dangerous combustion products into the environment and optimization of city traffic. As a result, it will become one of the components of the concept of development of Poltava as a "green standard", will increase the recreational value and tourist attraction of the city.