Westminster Insight’s Clean Air Forum will feature key stakeholders from government, local authorities and the public health sector, as you'll review DEFRA’s clean air strategy and what needs to be done to adhere to government targets.
You will gain insight from local authority trailblazers on innovative local air quality and sustainable transport strategies. Hear from the British Heart Foundation on the impacts of air pollution to public health and explore how best to interpret clean air data to establish the causes and impacts of air pollution and inform your strategy.
This established and highly recommended course provides an opportunity for both new and existing researchers to explore and understand aerosol science and improve or refresh their knowledge of some of the fundamental concepts.
This year’s conference will cover a broad range of themes that reflect aerosol science interests worldwide, and aims to create a platform that encourages PhD students and early-career researchers to present their ongoing research, in an encouraging and supportive environment.
The National Air Quality Conference serves as a platform for business, local authorities and the third sector to learn, network and celebrate as an industry.
The sixth annual event will be hosted on the 12th November 2019 at Lords Cricket Ground, London.
Since taking over the Air Quality News portfolio in December 2018 we have added new features and functionality to the website, vastly increased web traffic and have doubled the number of newsletter subscribers. In addition, we have also developed a new and exciting product that will launch at this year’s annual conference.
The context for this year’s conference is the degree of uncertainty surrounding Government plans for a new Environmental Bill while the future extent of alignment between the UK’s and Europe’s environmental policies remains unclear. Conference will consider the challenges of ensuring adequate protection for the environment in the Government’s new Environmental Bill as well as the adequacy of the powers of the new watchdog, the Office for Environment Protection.
IAPSC is a forum for the exchange of information and best practice in the field of air quality measurement and management in the UK.
It is intended primarily for those with legal responsibilities for managing air quality but has relevance for industrial process operators and service supply companies.
2019 has seen air quality remain high on the public and political agendas. The UK Government launched its new Air Quality Strategy, tackling a broad range sources including traffic, wood burning and agriculture. Increasing numbers of countries and cities are making long-term commitments to phasing out petrol and diesel cars, increasing the focus on non-exhaust vehicle emissions, as well as current real-world exhaust emissions. As evidence of the health impacts of air pollution increase, cities are investigating and introducing new measures to meet EU Limit Values and protect their citizens. The demonstrators who are taking to the streets and demanding urgent action to tackle our climate crisis are also demanding clean air.