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The official journal of WCRAQ, Winter 2021, has been published

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…

WCRAQ Planning Dr. Louise Brooke-Smith

Dr Louise Brooke-Smith leads discussion on Planning white paper in WCRAQ working party meeting

Issues ranging from the green infrastructure, joining forces with crucial planning organisations, and the highly anticipated white paper were discussed with a range of academics and industry figures.

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Air pollution affects homeless people disproportionately

The homeless are disproportionately exposed to high levels of air pollution, according to researchers at the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. As air quality worsens, most people have the option to stay indoors. However, for those without…

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Low income households face the inequality of air pollution

Numerous studies have concluded that poor air quality affects deprived neighbourhoods significantly more than affluent areas. Particulate matter released by emissions causes serious health conditions. Not only does roadside pollution have to be addressed, but also the social implications it…

Indoor air pollution

Indoor air pollution – an acute and life-threatening problem

Since Boris first announced his ‘Stay at Home’ campaign over six months ago, most of us have been guilty of becoming interior designers and redecorating our homes. However, we overlooked a critical consideration: indoor air pollution. WCRAQ reports. Air pollutants…