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Professor Frank Kelly contributed to an article in WIRED, titled 'Like the gilets jaunes, London's black-cab and Uber drivers rail against environmental policies'.
Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an article in KXLF.com titled 'Toxic air pollution to shorten children’s lives by 20 months, report says', which looks at the findings in the recently published 'State of Global Air/2019: a special report on global exposure to air pollution and its disease burden'. The State of Global Air is a collaboration between the Health Effects Institute and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s Global Burden of Disease Project.
Air pollution will shorten the life expectancy of children by 20 months on average, with kids in South Asian countries such as India and Pakistan most vulnerable, a new report says. Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in a CNN article that looks at the findings of the "State of Global Air 2019" a special report on global exposure to air pollution and its disease burden.
Professor Frank Kelly attended the Science Media Centre Roundup ahead of the publication of the results of the first of its kind study published in JAMA Psychiatry titled 'Association of Air Pollution Exposure With Psychotic Experiences During Adolescence'. Media representatives were present from a number of media outlets including The Guardian, New York Times, CNN, BBC News, The Independent, The Financial Times, Reuters, the Evening Standard and the Mail Online.
Professor Frank Kelly contributed to an article in the Daily Mail titled 'Freshest ways to beat air pollution as new report claims it kills more than smoking'.
Dr Ian Mudway was quoted in an article in The Guardian titled 'Deadly air in our cities: the invisible killer'.
Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a three part series on air pollution in the Evening Standard. The second article is titled The road to clean air: how fighting pollution turned political.
Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a three part series of articles on air pollution for the Evening Standard. The first article is titled Driving us into a cleaner future.
Dr Julia Fussell of the Science Policy and Epidemiology team in the Environmental Research Group contributed to an article in Wired titled 'How to redesign your home to cut down risky Sunday roast pollution'.
Professor Frank Kelly contributed to an article in the Times of India titled, 'How UK cleaned its air, and what Delhi can learn'. Professor Kelly was in Delhi as an invited speaker at the World Sustainable Development Summit in 2019.