The third edition of the new thought-leading magazine for the improvement of air quality has now been published. Read your copy today and don’t hesitate to share it with colleagues. Click on the cover to read FVI. What can you read…
Environment Bill due to return to Parliament today on 26 January has been halted once again to the disappointment of campaigners and groups.
A group of teenagers are using Ella’s death to campaign against the toxic fumes that helped to kill her.
Ella Kissi-Debrah’s mother advocates for an ‘Ella’s Law’ to effectively tackle air pollution to prevent further suffering.
Higher levels of air pollution could be linked to increased use of mental health services, a study by the Yale School of Public Health has found.
Bristol City Council to introduce a category D Clean Air Zone (CAZ), Mayor Marvin Rees announces.
Jason Airey, MD of CMS SupaTrak, and Ralph Wilce, Founder of Wijs Air, have been selected as Working Party Chairs for the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality (WCRAQ).
A trial in the Netherlands has found that young health people who exercised outside an airport in Amsterdam had altered lung and heart function as a result of ultrafine particles.
Soil bacteria can play a key role in the removal of air pollution as well as the regulation of climate change, a recent study published in the Nature Microbiology journal has found.
Charities including Friends of the Earth Scotland, the British Heart Foundation, and the British Lung Foundation have all labelled the Cleaner Air for Scotland plan as a ‘huge missed opportunity’.