This project was carried out based on each procedure of public nuisance dispute handling by collected pollution cases, educated and trained with local government to strengthen the database of the public nuisance disputes handling. There were 7 domestic and 6 foreign cases of crop-damaging by air pollution which were collected and then reviewed for further analysis. A model of environmental protection agreement was also produced. The environmental protection agreement had been revised according to experts who invited suggested opinions and provided to the local governments used. The project continuously strengthened and maintained the content and information security of the public nuisance handling information system. Additional functions of the information system were developed including querying and adjudicating cases, fields to be filled in cases, case statistics charts, and protecting information security. The Environmental Protection Administration was assisted to count the number of pollution cases, to handle pollution incidents, to track the handling results of environmental incidents by local governments, to assist local governments to update the newest information. There were 15 advocacy activities held to enhanced knowledge about pollution disputes of the public. The project also held a nation-wide seminar for 2 days. Experts and scholars were invited to share their experiences with offices of other counties and cities. The project had completed a promotional image, a 2-minute promotional video for advocacy, a training course for air pollution search and identification. Finally, the project collected the result of public nuisance disputes work and then to write conference articles.