How Action on Climate Could Affect Air Pollution
At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Professor Alistair Lewis of the University of York gave a 25-minute presentation on the relationship between strategies to address climate change and global air quality.
Professor Lewis addresses:
- How decarbonisation might enhance air quality
- Whether adjusting timescales of net-zero targets could affect air quality
- The harmful side-effects of climate action on air quality
- How to reduce emissions from agriculture, domestic activities and industry
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Professor Alistair Lewis (National Centre for Atmospheric Science)
Alastair Lewis is Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at the University of York and works in the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories. In addition to teaching and research at the University, Alastair is currently a Science Director at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS).
Matthew Farrow (The Broadway Initiative)
Matthew Farrow is the former Executive Director of the Environmental Industries Commission, an organisation dedicated to the regulation of business practices in the environment sector. Currently, he serves as Chief Operations Officer for the Broadway Initiative.
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