Mobile devices fitted to trains can sense greenhouse gas emissions and monitor air quality at a lower cost.
Jason Airey, founding WCRAQ member CMS SupaTrak Managing Director, deputised for Barry Sheerman MP and Working Party Chair Richard Wenham and welcomed the Energy, Fuels & Vehicles attendees across the industry, including Allison Transmission, Biffa, Dennis Eagle, ECLF, GPS Marine, and Ubico.
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.
After successful Research and Air Monitoring meetings, Professor Sir Stephen Holgate challenged the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality’s Air Health working party to establish a strong air pollution message to meet the Commission’s objective to mitigate the effects.
This month, the Commission has launched the second round of working party meetings, starting with Research and Air Monitoring.
Ella Kissi-Debrah’s death in 2013 was found to have been caused by severe asthma, acute respiratory failure, and air pollution exposure, making legal history.
Bus fleets are one of the largest contributors to poor air quality in cities, producing both nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter.
Funding available to help commercial freight and passenger boat fleets retrofit in an effort to improve air quality on the Thames Cross River Partnership, a non-profit organisation, launched the second rough of funding in aid of the Clean Air Thames…
Air pollution may increase in larger cities due to stay-at-home workers, a report has found A study by the think tank Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) focusing on the effect of working from home on local pollution has used…
British public is in favour of action against air pollution, a YouGov poll has revealed The survey, involving 2,000 adults, found 54% were in favour of strengthening the UK’s laws in line within the World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines for…