This month the Secretaries of State for Health and Environment set out their ambition to clean up the UK's air. It is a relief to see the government finally recognise the ambitious action needed to treat air pollution as a health issue - but the lack
This month the Secretaries of State for Health and Environment set out their ambition to clean up the UK's air. It is a relief to see the government finally recognise the ambitious action needed to treat air pollution as a health issue - but the lack of a legally-binding commitment to reduce air pollution levels, funding to create tangible results and measures that prioritise the most vulnerable are a disappointing blow.Research shows children are often hit hardest and that air pollution poses t...

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