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Train-mounted sensors allow cost-effective air monitoring

Mobile devices fitted to trains can sense greenhouse gas emissions and monitor air quality at a lower cost.

WCRAQ Air Monitoring and Research

WCRAQ Research and Air Monitoring Working Party meetings provide a step closer to reaching air quality objectives

This month, the Commission has launched the second round of working party meetings, starting with Research and Air Monitoring.

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France taken to court by European commission over air pollution

The European Commission decided to bring France to the Court of Justice for the European Union to address their poor air quality after breaching the daily limit values of particulate matter (PM10).

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Children to measure air pollution on commute to school

Researchers will co-ordinate with children to measure air quality on their daily commute to school in order to understand pollution’s impact on health The new Born in Bradford (BiB) venture, based at Bradford Royal Infirmary, is funded by the National…

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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…

3 million working days lost annually to pollution

The importance of green and healthy growth has been highlighted by a new study, Breathing Life into the UK Economy, from CBI Economics on behalf of the Clean Air Fund. It suggests the UK stands to benefit by £1.6 billion…

Emissions Analytics: What else is coming out of our tailpipes?

We are in danger of over-regulating familiar, easy-to-measure emissions such as CO2 and NOx while ignoring a wide range of other, potentially harmful substances that can now be measured but are being ignored.