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Time to be tougher on idling engines

As Public Health England call for a ban on cars idling their engines near schools and hospitals with the introduction of "no-idling zones",…

Started by Liz

26 on Tuesday
Reply by John D

Wood burners and open fires face restrictions in new clean air plan

Wood burning stoves, open fires and farms all face new restrictions as the government sets out what it calls a "world leading" plan to tack…

Started by Liz

3 Jan 18
Reply by JJ B

London Nurseries to get air purifiers

Another in my increasingly common series of posts with the subtext "how on earth did we get here? And why don't we care enough to change?"…

Started by Liz

0 Jan 10

“Wood burners are equivalent of driving 6 HGVs up and down your street”

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news just as Christmas is around the corner and many are looking forward to getting cosy in front of  “hygge”…

Started by Liz

33 Jan 7
Reply by Dan

Capital's toxic air 'sparking depression in young Londoners'

King’s College London scientists found teenagers living around sources of pollution were more than twice as likely to have depression than…

Started by Liz

12 Dec 21, 2018
Reply by John D

The Great Harringay Smog- Saturday 29th Sept 2018

People will tell for years to come of where they were on that fateful day when Pemberton, and surrounding Harringay streets either side of…

Started by Justin Guest

13 Oct 6, 2018
Reply by Richard Woods

"Air pollution killed my daughter..."

Further to my previous posting about air pollution being implicated in the death of a child in South London being, Ella's mother, Rosamund…

Started by Liz

8 Sep 10, 2018
Reply by Osbawn

For Those with an Interest in Urban Air Pollution

Recent local meetings and the discussions over traffic in Harringay suggests that there's a deep interest in urban air quality. The season…

Started by Hugh

0 Jun 29, 2017

"On average we think pollution is probably taking away about six months of life for the average British citizen"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36589106 If Professor Frank Kelly is quoted accurately and is correct for the "average" citizen, what m…

Started by WightmanPaul

7 Jun 24, 2016
Reply by Michael Anderson

New study on air pollution & low birthweight

Relevant for us, living on or near busy roads. This study is looking at small particles, particularly produced by diesel vehicles. Note tha…

Started by michaelw

11 Mar 23, 2016
Reply by tania

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