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Is Air Pollution a Problem Worth Fixing?

Air quality in the UK has improved markedly over the last 100 years with the thick pea-soup sulfur smogs of the 1950s long consigned to history. Yet the profile of air pollution as an environmental issue has never been higher with both the public and with politicians. So is air quality still a serious public health issue in the UK, and what can be done if it is?

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Professor Alastair Lewis, University of York & National Centre for Atmospheric Science


Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum Museum Gardens York YO1 7FR