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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.

How much difference do electric cars actually make to the particulate problem?

An interview with Professor Frank Kelly is included in a BBC World Service programme on "Electric Cars".

Air pollution from London traffic is affecting the health of unborn babies

Air pollution from road traffic is having a detrimental impact upon babies’ health in London, before they are born, finds a study published by Unit Investigators in The BMJ today.

The findings suggest that exposure to air pollution from road traffic in London during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of low birth weight babies born at full term. But traffic related noise seems to have no effect.

Green cabs: is London ready for electric taxis?

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an article in the guardian titled "Green cabs: is London ready for electric taxis?"

China’s dreadful air pollution seems to have got a bit better

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an article in New Scientist titled "China’s dreadful air pollution seems to have got a bit better".

Thousands of diesel drivers rip out filters

Professor Frank Kelly  was quoted in an article in The Times that reports that thousands of drivers break the law everyday by driving diesel cars without pollution filters.  

 

 

Fireworks night 2017 cancelled? Safety fears over UK air pollution could kill bonfire fun

The Express included comment from Dr Gary Fuller on air pollution from fireworks. 

True scale of plastic pollution: Fibres now in the air we breathe

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an article in the Daily Mail that states that plastic pollution is so widespread that fibres are even found in household dust and the air we breathe.