May issue of Air Quality News magazine – out now!

The May issue of our magazine is now live, celebrating 10 years of Air Quality News

This special 10th anniversary issue of Air Quality News looks back at the last decade of reporting on our air, with editor Chloe Coules examining how much progress has been made on tackling air pollution and whether we should be optimistic about the future.

With millions of people dying each year from toxic air, Martin Guttridge-Hewitt explains why air pollution is the world’s biggest public health crisis, with insights from leading health experts on why this urgent issue can no longer be ignored.

Our editor also sits down with Professor Prashant Kumar, Founding Director of the Global Centre for Clean Air Research, for this month’s Big Interview, discussing his interest in air pollution.

This month’s special report looks to the future of transport in the UK, from how smart technology could revolutionise how we pay for road use, to making EV charging infrastructure accessible and safe for everyone.

Chloe Coules speaks to transport and technology experts about the benefits of road user charging, and how it could address some of the financial and environmental issues we are presented with as drivers make the switch to EVs and clean air measures get more complicated to navigate.

Katie Alexander explores how current EV infrastructure is excluding people with disabilities and women, and why accessibility is crucial to the success of the EV transition in the UK.

With more and more demand for active travel infrastructure, Martin Guttridge-Hewitt considers the risk to cyclists from other road users and their emissions.

To read all of these articles and many more, click here – we hope you enjoy the issue!


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