A Labour MP has issued a fresh warning over the “seriously polluted atmosphere” in Parliament after spending time wearing a “very sophisticated air quality monitor”. Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield, raised concerns over the “very polluted” air quality in the House of Commons, which he claimed…
Listen to our Chair of the WCRAQ Education working party, Larissa Lockwood, talking about how to take action against air pollution this Clean Air Day – and any other day.
A top EU court adviser has said that individuals should be able to demand compensation from EU governments over harm they suffer as a result of illegal air pollution.
Jason Airey, the co-founder of WCRAQ, chaired the working party meeting on April 5th with guest speakers Mack Murray, the managing director of Adgero and Kevin Campbell, the Technical Operations Director, addvantage. The meeting attracted a wide audience including professionals from local authorities and the waste and haulage sectors.
Key parliamentary committee votes on the revision of the EU’s car and van CO2 standards. It is a decisive moment as this briefing looks at what is at stake for the European Green Deal and Europe’s climate ambitions.
A regulatory gap allows automakers like Ford and BMW to make US cars that emit more ultrafine particles that harm human health than equivalent models sold in Europe and other markets, according to new research.
The Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality invited Professor Cathy Thornton, Professor of Human Immunology at Swansea University to discuss the adverse effects of poor air quality on the fetus, including the impact of high levels of particulate matter (PM) 2.5.
Britain’s first Zero Emissions Zone is now live in Oxford. The zero emissions zone will allow the local councils to collect vital insights into vehicle movements before introducing a larger Zero Emission Zone in Oxford City Centre next year.
The Petrol Retailers Association (PRA) welcomes the Low Carbon Strategy Call for Ideas which summarises the progress while looking at opportunities and challenges for low carbon fuel alternatives in the transport sector.
Jason Airey, Co-Founder of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality began with outlining the main objectives for the Commission; optimise the use of current fuel technologies, investigate hydrogen as a long-term solution and exploring the reduction of non-exhaust pipe…