AirQualityNews is delighted to present the first National Air Quality Conference on November 26 2014 with the theme of Striving for Cleaner Air.
This one day conference looks at both the national and local picture with regards to air quality. It will examine issues facing local authorities across the UK as well as in London. The capital city is a big focus for action but other towns and cities are also facing challenges.
Speakers will include some of the UK’s top figures involved with air quality and it is hoped that the government minister responsible for air quality will address the event.
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AirQualityNews is delighted to present the first National Air Quality Conference with the theme of Striving for Cleaner Air. This one day conference looks at both the national and local picture with regards to air quality. It will examine issues … Continue reading →