The National Air Quality Conference serves as a platform for business, local authorities and the third sector to learn and network as an industry.
As the levels of toxic air being registered in our towns and cities increase and the numbers of deaths which are attributed to air pollution grow, there is a clear and perceptual change in mind-set with regard to delivering policies which offer quantifiable solutions across health, energy, urban design and transport.
The conference agenda includes presentations from many sector leading specialists including:
Dr Gary Fuller from King’s College London, Christopher Snelling from the Freight Transport Association, Simon Jeffrey from Centre for Cities, Dr Alison Cook from the British Lung Foundation and Lucy Hayward-Speight, Delivery Planning Manager for Air Quality and Environment (TfL).
The conference will also include a bespoke exhibition with a variety of organisations promoting and displaying their innovative products and services that are key to the sector.
Session One – Are low emission zones achieving their aims?
Session Two – How to reduce freight emissions without impacting the economy?
Session Three – Are the public health risks of air pollution now being taken seriously?
Session Four – Innovation, Development & Green Fuels
The National Air Quality Conference is the must attend event to learn, network and engage in one of the most current public health debates in the national agenda.
There are limited places available – so please book early to confirm your attendance.
You can view the full conference programme and book your place here
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