We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
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Health effects of air pollution
In December 2022, the Chief Medical Officer for England – Professor Chris Whitty – published his annual report, and it focused on air pollution. Kate Langford, Programme Director of our Health effects of air pollution programme, and Professor Whitty explain why there is hope in the efforts to improve air quality.
Carbon emissions aren’t just contributing to climate change. Kate Langford writes for New Statesman.
We’ve been working with the Centre for Low Emission Construction (CLEC) to find ways to reduce air pollution from construction sites.
We’re working with Ricardo, a renowned environmental consultancy that helps businesses measure and mitigate their air pollution emissions.
Air pollution is an urgent public health crisis and a social justice issue. We must seize this unique opportunity to tell Government to prioritise clean air.
If the Government is serious about addressing health inequality, it must set ambitious targets for clean air.
For the first time since August 2020, a high pollution warning has been issued for London. We explore what the major causes of air pollution are in London.
The Mayor of London, Government and leaders across healthcare agree: air pollution is a social justice issue. But how can we fix it?
Air pollution is the single greatest environmental threat to human health, but there is hope. Andy Ratcliffe shares why.
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