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Air Quality News



ENDS Report
10/18/2017

The mayor of London has launched a vehicle emissions checking service and a ‘hard-hitting’ advertising campaign against pollution
ENDS Report
10/18/2017

The government’s third attempt at producing an air quality plan has failed to address the issues which doomed the two previous plans, claims ClientEarth
ENDS Report
10/18/2017

The industry has welcomed the EA’s plan to reopen the panel, which rules on when materials have reached end of waste status
ENDS Report
10/18/2017

Richard Macrory: The legal system is ever ready to put pressure on government to meet air quality limits but it has yet to be seen how far the courts will go to exercise their powers to call-in plans
Natural News
10/18/2017

Climate models to be scrapped? Scientists
(Natural News) As if the conflicting information and endless debates about climate change and carbon dioxide levels were not confusing enough, a new study has found that carbon dioxide levels were actually much lower than previously believed during
Stanford Daily
10/18/2017

A new campus newspaper intended to challenge campus liberalism, The Stanford Sphere, launched this week. The paper, which published its first piece on Monday, is led by Ravi Veriah Jacques ’20 and Christina Egerstrom ’17, a coterminal student in jou
Missoulian
10/19/2017

KALISPELL — On Sept. 20, Glacier National Park’s iconic Going-to-the-Sun road closed on both sides for very different reasons.

The Australian government has extended its commitment towards women in the Pacific by funding climate negotiation workshops worth $1.5 million for the next four years.
Edie
10/19/2017

A host of businesses, politicians and local organisations from across Greater Manchester are aiming to save money and energy through support of a pioneering new campaign to switch to clean energy.
Edie
10/19/2017

A new report co-authored by Laura Sandys has called for a bonfire of the traditional "obsessions" of energy policy makers and regulators in order to enable a radically new regulatory model for the future.




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A costly power plan no longer threatens Colorado’s economy

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Air pollution killing thousands of Europeans every year, according to the EU s environmental authority

Air pollution killing thousands of Europeans every


Outrage, calls for health study after Chemical Valley spills investigation

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