England & Wales, Scotland Climate action and sustainable development , Communities and society , Health and social care , Transport and infrastructure

Fighting to breathe fresh, clean air: regulations, policy direction and citizens taking a stand



Continued advancement of technological know-how to solve air quality issues requires political willpower and financial support to enable local authorities, communities and other non-state actors to drive change and make our air more breathable. There are many actions summarised here that local government can take to improve air quality. This briefing is relevant to officers and members working in transport, community planning and sustainability.

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