Government plans to tackle air pollution across the country have been branded ‘woefully inadequate’ by leading campaigners
Figures show it's cheaper to run a car than get the bus or train.
Public transport prices have soared while the cost of travelling by car has dropped dramatically over the last four decades
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Including what precautions parents should take.
Children who come from deprived neighbourhoods in London are facing health risks including a high level of air pollution
It has apparently drifted over from France.
Green Party baroness Jenny Jones also highlighted the problem... Read more on The Huffington Post According to City Hall
The five things you need to know on Friday, November 25… 1) EVERYTIME WE SAY GOODBYE How strange the change from Major to
Premature deaths approaching half a million.
Air pollution in Europe is causing nearly half a million premature deaths every year, according to a concerning new report
The Government has made a positive start in improving air quality and encouraging green alternatives. But it needs to be more ambitious. It should drive forward this agenda whatever the outcome of the court case.
Last week, ordinary Londoners from all walks of life and from the north, south, east and west of the city got together to
But is it all good news?
The hole over the ozone layer is finally healing according to new research by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A
It could spark a landmark legal ruling.
A grieving mother has described the "horrendous" asthma attack - she suspects caused by air pollution - that killed her daughter
European Parliament Takes Big Step Towards Tackling Air Pollution, But the UK Government Is Taking Us Two Steps Back
The current system isn't working and status quo is not an option. The government needs to stop being the mouthpiece of industry and get on with the job of protecting the British people. It's time to deal with this invisible killer once and for all.
The UK Government must come clean on what they knew and move quicker to end uncertainty for drivers.
David Cameron's Ideological Assault on the Environment Could Have Catastrophic Consequences Beyond Our Own Borders
Our current political leaders, whether we support them on other matters or not, must not abdicate themselves from showing the leadership the world so desperately needs.