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Tag Archives: Brighton
Pollution hotspots get ‘clean bus’ cash
Eighteen “pollution hotspots” in England have been awarded funds to cut bus emissions, as part of efforts to meet EU targets on nitrogen dioxide. The government has been taken to court over its failure to meet NO2 limits and has … Continue reading
Hundreds of buses to be fitted with green technology to cut air pollution
The government has announced new funding for councils to cut emissions in 439 buses around the country as part of a £7million scheme A million greener bus journeys will take place across the UK next year after ministers announced £7million … Continue reading
Environmental campaigners say government plans to tackle air quality “should be binned”
ENVIRONMENTAL campaigners have slammed Government plans to improve air quality saying pollution in Brighton and Hove is up to twice the legal limit. Brighton and Hove Friends of the Earth has said the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’s … Continue reading
British Medical Journal article warns of UK air pollution
An article has recently appeared in the British Medical Journal warning of the dangers to public health in the UK caused by air pollutants. In 2011 a report from the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee suggested that the costs … Continue reading
High air pollution levels hit parts of UK
Parts of the UK reached the highest level of air pollution on Friday, prompting health warnings. Warm, still conditions combined with traffic fumes, pollution from the continent and dust from the Sahara. Experts warned vulnerable people not to take strenuous … Continue reading
Air pollution spike across England sparks warning from health charities
Dirtiest air expected to hit Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings, where older people and children have been urged to avoid any strenuous activity at all A major spike in air pollution across much of England poses a risk to those suffering … Continue reading
Warm weather brings high air pollution warnings for much of England
Pollution levels will peak on Friday, particularly in areas of south-east England where the government are advising the entire population to reduce physical activity Harmful levels of air pollution will accompany the warm weather expected across the UK on Friday, … Continue reading
Air Pollution Kills: So Why Is the British Government Trying to Water Down Legislation?
Keith Taylor, Green Party Member of the European Parliament for the South East region, writes of the growing problem to public health from air pollution in The Huff Posts Daily Blog. “There is a growing realisation of the threats to public health … Continue reading