This month, the Commission has launched the second round of working party meetings, starting with Research and Air Monitoring.
WCRAQ’s Chairs of Air Monitoring, Energy, Fuels & Vehicles, Planning and Research Working Parties met together on September 17 to formally establish the research aims and objectives for the Commission. Professor Roland Leigh established the following Air Monitoring objectives: To…
The virtual launch of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality’s Air Health Working Party took place on 26th August, attended by numerous industry professionals and academics, including SKIPS Education, NERC, AirSafe, and Gardners.
The issues facing the planning industry were among the topics discussed by industry experts at the launch of WCRAQ Planning Working Party held on 25th August, chaired by Dr Louise Brooke-Smith.
The Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality Working Party on Education had its inaugural meeting on 25th August to set out its key aims and objectives to drive behavioural change and improve air quality in the UK.
International road transport emissions and urban air quality expert Dr James Tate from the University of Leeds hosted the third of six working party launches for the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality on 13th August as he kicked off the inaugural session of the Research Working Party.
The launch of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality’s Air Monitoring Working Party on 11th August was the first of six working party launches. The meeting was attended by industry experts and academics specialising in air monitoring, including EarthSense,…
The launch of the Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Working Party was attended by prominent industry experts and kicked off important discussions.
Roland Leigh, WCRAQ’s Chair of Air Monitoring, appeared on Channel 4’s Dispatches documentary, Coronavirus: How Britain is Changing. As Technical Director of EarthSense, he discussed how COVID-19 has caused a change in air quality and what this means for the…
As the UK is easing lockdown restrictions, WCRAQ’s Chair of Air Health, Professor Stephen Holgate, has released a new report outlining the possibility of 120,000 further coronavirus deaths in a second wave of infections this winter.