Is London air pollution improving?
New data confirms huge progress made in improving London’s air quality. By 2019, nearly 1.2 million Londoners lived in areas meeting the WHO interim guideline of 10 µgm-3 – up from zero in 2016.
What solutions has the UK implemented to reduce air pollution?
“Clean air zones” in all areas failing limits for NO2, for all vehicle types, in place by 2018. A government commitment to phasing out diesel by 2025. Vehicle tax changes so that diesel vehicles are discouraged. A “carefully-designed” vehicle scrappage scheme for clean vehicles and alternatives to driving.
Why is London air quality good?
Within Europe London is the largest city, but we have less pollution than some EU cities because we are on the western edge of the continent and often receive fresh air from the Atlantic. From a global perspective, research from the World Bank shows that air pollution is a major health hazard in developing countries.
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