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Why we should worry about plastic in the air

Professor Frank Kelly wrote an article in the Daily Mail, titled "Why we should worry about plastic in the air".

 

Should I worry about air pollution?

Professor Frank Kelly and Dr Ben Barratt contributed to an episode of "Trust me I'm a Doctor" for BBC Two titled "Should I worry about air pollution? 

Radical solutions to the air pollution crisis from around the world

Professor Frank Kelly has been interviewed for an article in the Independent titled "Radical solutions to the air pollution crisis from around the world".

Eight things more likely to kill you in 1970s Britain than today

Drs Anna Hansell (Imperial College London) and Gary Fuller (King's College London) were referenced in a recently released BBC article regarding the statistical decline in UK morbidity rates. 

Some scientists believe glitter is so toxic that it should be banned

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in a Mail Online article about the potential effects of inhaling microparticles, including glitter.

Monkeys? Humans? The ethics of testing diesel fumes

Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a BBC News article titled "Monkeys? Humans? The ethics of testing diesel fumes".

Air Pollution Exposed: Why You Might Be Breathing in Tire Waste

Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed by The Huffington Post for an article titled "Air Pollution Exposed: Why You Might Be Breathing in Tire Waste".

Plans for UK's first Clean Air Zone to be in York

Professor Frank Kelly  was mentioned in an article about the proposals for York's first Clean Air Zone, the first in the UK, which are due to be considered by the Council’s Executive on the 25th January.

London's low-emission bus zones hailed for 'improving toxic air levels overnight'

Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed by the Evening Standard for an article titled "London's low-emission bus zones hailed for 'improving toxic air levels overnight".

 

Pollution breached EU limits at nearly 50 sites in London last year

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an article in the Evening Standard that looks at the number of sites that breached EU limits in 2017.