Washington DC, May 15th, 2018. Comprehensive sustainable transport strategies, zero emission technologies and behavioral change, were some of the key themes addressed at the meeting held today at the Clean Air Institute with a distinguished group of Korean officials and experts. This exchange is part of common interest discussions on best practices in strengthening partnerships, improving data quality and availability, and improving tools for assessing air pollutant emission reductions. The Korean Delegation is comprised by representatives from Korea's National Institute of Environmental Research, World Wildlife Fund Korea, GS Caltex Corp., Korea Environment Corporation, Korea Environment Corporation, Korea federation for Environmental Movement, and the Republic of Korea's Ministry of Environment. From the Clean Air Institute, the meeting was hosted by Sergio Sanchez, Executive Director, and Juan J. Castillo, Director of Air Quality and Health.