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.
Although it may have taken a global pandemic to force the hand of the country, it’s clear that air pollution can be decreased. While the crisis isn’t something we ought to replicate, it is something we can draw experience from.
A new study from Harvard suggests that with just a small increase in particulate pollution is associated with a 15% increase in the COVID-19 death rate. Research scientists will likely be kept busy for many years to come as more information comes to light about the impact of pollution on respiratory health.
Barely a week goes by without the latest plan or initiative aimed at reducing emissions or reducing levels of air pollution. This coming week will see the latest in this long line, when Beech Street in the City of London becomes one of the first zero emission streets in the country.
Croydon needed a solution beyond monitoring which would enable them to take targeted action to improve air quality on construction sites. Learn how EMSOL delivers breach evidence attributed to specific vehicles so that Croydon and their partners can reduce emissions.