air pollution

Birmingham's clean air zone 'should be extended across the West Midlands to save lives'

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The publication of our latest report, Clearing the air: reducing air pollution in the West Midlands, has been covered by the Birmingham Mail. The article also quotes our Researcher and co-author of the report, Eamonn Ives. Speaking about the findings of the research, Eamonn said:

Concern for air pollution in the West Midlands is widespread amongst the public, and many believe that not enough is being done to resolve it.

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WHO: Air pollution 'poisoning millions of children and ruining their lives'

The publication of our latest report, Clearing the air: reducing air pollution in the West Midlands, has been covered in an article by BusinessGreen. The article also quotes our Researcher and co-author of the report, Eamonn Ives. Speaking about the findings of the research, Eamonn said:

In this year's Budget, the Chancellor should be bold and announce that the UK government will change legislation to enable local and combined governments to strive for reasonable profits from the administration of their Clean Air Zones

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Birmingham's clean air zone 'should be extended across the West Midlands to save lives'

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The publication of our latest report, Clearing the air: reducing air pollution in the West Midlands, has been covered by the Birmingham Post. The article also quotes our Researcher and co-author of the report, Eamonn Ives. Speaking about the findings of the research, Eamonn said:

Time for the Mayor to be bold. He should ensure that this region is not left behind London and lead the way in introducing new, ambitious transport policies to tackle air pollution in the West Midlands.

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How air pollution became the biggest talking point of 2018

Our Researcher, Eamonn Ives, has been quoted in an article in Stylist Magazine, which covered Bright Blue's latest polling on air pollution.

In response to the polling, Eamonn said that the "public clearly believe national government should play a bigger role – in fact the biggest role – in introducing measures to reduce air pollution", before adding that the "government should be helping to establish a larger network of low emission zones across England". 

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Majority of young voters would back political party that curbs air pollution, new poll finds

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Our Researcher, Eamonn Ives, has been quoted in an article on the Independent, which covered Bright Blue's latest polling on air pollution.

In response to the polling, Eamonn said that the "public clearly believe national government should play a bigger role – in fact the biggest role – in introducing measures to reduce air pollution", before adding that the "government should be helping to establish a larger network of low emission zones across England". 

Read the full article here