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 New “clean air zones” charging or even banning the most polluting vehicles are likely to be needed in six English cities that are projected to fail EU air quality standards by 2020, a new strategy paper from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs suggests.

London, Birmingham, Leeds, Nottingham, Derby and Southampton should all “consider the role of access restrictions for certain types of vehicles”, it says.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/environment/11862419/Diesel-car-drivers-face-new-restrictions-in-cities.html

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The Greater London Authority have released a short video about #airquality and the low emission zone  #lez   for non-road mobile machinery #nrmm used in #construction across #london  

https://www.dropbox.com/s/1b26h1xn3136zm4/GLA%20-%20Non-Road%20Mobile%20Machinery%20v04.mp4?dl=0

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Taking black carbon measurements before and after the addition of cerium oxide as a method of emissions mitigation, also fuel sampling for lab analysis for sulphur and cerium content in the diesel....
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The 2015 London Air Quality Network (LAQN) conference will take place at King's College London on July 2nd.

The LAQN is a unique collaboration between the public, private and academic sectors and the annual conferences are a chance for #airquality researchers and practitioners to discuss the latest findings and developments in the field.

Last year marked 21 years of the Environmental Research Group at King's and a special two day conference, 'Frontiers in Air Quality Science' gathered leading experts, collaborators and colleagues from around the world to give a global perspective on air quality #science and trends.

This year the focus is back to #London and the South East, with internal and external speakers covering air pollution trends and intervention analysis, engagement with businesses and communities and the latest health impacts science that drives everything we do.

As in previous years there will also be poster sessions and displays.

The seminar is free to our funding organisations, project partners, NGOs, researchers and collaborators. Non –sales representatives of other organisations are welcome to attend at a charge of £90 +VAT per person

To register your place please email valentina.lotti@kcl.ac.uk

Further information and a full agenda for the day can be found at:

http://www.londonair.org.uk/london/asp/news.asp?newsId=LAQNconference2015

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