Blog


What we're thinking and doing

Pollution and transport's contribution to it is a hot topic at the moment. Lots of things are happening in terms of policies, regulation, and organisations delivering solutions. This is our blog where we share our perspective on this topic, as well as insights from our experiences and expertise.
October 18, 2019

UK Government announces £2 million of clean air funding for councils, how would you like to get hold of it?

There is no such thing as a free lunch, right? Maybe, but if the Government is offering you some funding to deliver your air quality management […]
September 24, 2019

Air quality action through persistence

Barely a week goes by without some sort of environmental protest, it would seem. But last weeks really was something else. If the activists behind the […]
September 18, 2019
Hot sunny day and air pollution

Should we be worried about air pollution on sunny days?

With the leaves starting to turn a golden brown, it can be easy to forget that summer was barely a few weeks ago. Warm days (and […]
September 6, 2019

Banning high-polluting vehicles – is it worth it?

Not a week goes by without some sort of story that proposes a ban on some sort of vehicle as a way of tackling air quality […]
August 30, 2019
Train at Waterloo

The railway air quality challenge

Whenever you think of green transport, chances are you will think of the railways. Moving millions of people every day in a way that is less […]
April 9, 2019
Data at your fingertips

It’s coming…

Over the last few months, EMSOL has been working hard on its trial sites and behind the scenes to get our new air quality monitoring platform […]
April 5, 2019
London in the hot weather

ULEZ – are you ready for it?

It can be easy to get yourself stuck in a bubble, and be shocked that many people are not aware of what you are aware of. […]
March 22, 2019

Making delivery easier

It’s another week, and there is another air quality story suggesting what actions local authorities should take to protect the most vulnerable groups in our society. […]
March 5, 2019
Public engagement

Bringing the public with you

Having spent much of the earlier part of last week basking in the unseasonably warm weather, we were brought back to Earth with a bump today […]
February 28, 2019

New build shouldn’t mean new problems

A new housing development can often be one of the most controversial issues that a community can face. With a need to build 300,000 new homes […]