The Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Environmental Audit, Health, and Transport Select Committees have re-launched their joint inquiry into improving air quality.

The inquiry, which was originally launched in April before the Prime Minister called the General Election, will examine whether the Government’s air quality plan goes far and fast enough in enabling UK cities to meet international legal limits, and targets the main contributors to air pollution.


Source: BVRLA News feed

The Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Environmental Audit, Health, and Transport Select Committees have re-launched their joint inquiry into improving air quality.

The inquiry, which was originally launched in April before the Prime Minister called the General Election, will examine whether the Government’s air quality plan goes far and fast enough in enabling UK cities to meet international legal limits, and targets the main contributors to air pollution.


Joint Select Committee inquiry on air quality strategy is re-launched
Joint Select Committee inquiry on air quality strategy is re-launched
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