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A little girl’s death from air pollution must lead to cleaner air to protect vulnerable groups including young people and workers, say campaigners.
By Belinda Liversedge on 23 December 2020
Our government urgently needs to step up action on air pollution.
By Dominic Phinn, ClientEarth on 03 December 2020
Air quality experts met to debate the forthcoming Environment Bill, including air pollution links to Covid-19 and what should be done to protect people’s health.
By Matthew Holder on 30 October 2020
On an average day you will take over 23,000 breaths. If you are living in an urban environment, the chances are every one of those breaths will be polluted.
By Belinda Liversedge on 12 June 2020
A recent meeting of a cross-party group heard from UK and US scientists and researchers that air pollution could be a driver of higher rates of Covid-19 infection and mortality.
By Belinda Liversedge on 03 June 2020
MPs voted against enshrining World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) into UK law in the environment bill. What's the debate?
By Belinda Liversedge on 07 April 2020
We are in a climate crisis; it is the clear and final message we have got now. Under that frightening premise we start a new year and a new decade.
By Iris Cepero on 28 January 2020
It is feared that the UK will miss a range of environmental targets in the early 2020s, including air pollution and recycling, says a joint report by Unearthed and the Financial Times.
By Belinda Liversedge on 15 January 2020
The next government must bring back a better environment bill and protect workers’ right to clean air.
By Charles Pitt on 20 November 2019
Looking back to this time last year, my review of 2018 focused on Brexit, economic anxiety from the high street to high profile bankruptcies, changing risks and a welcome upsurge of discussion about mental health in the workplace.
By Mike Robinson on 27 November 2019
By Belinda Liversedge on 22 September 2020
By Belinda Liversedge on 03 November 2020