Presentation archive

December 2015

Session 1 - Health Impacts, Their Assessment and Evaluation

Health Impact Assessment and Economic Appraisal of Air Quality Improvement Measures
David Birchby, Ricardo Energy & Environment

Making the case: Health Impact Assessment and the Health Economics of Low Emission Zones (Leeds and Bradford)
Dr Duncan Cooper, Wakefield Council and Dr James Lomas, Centre for Health Economics, York University

Evidence of Health and Health Service impacts of local interventions to tackle outdoor air pollution
Janet Ubido, Liverpool John Moores University and Linda Turner, Sefton MBC

Session 2 - Policy Update

Sources of Nitrogen Dioxide and Quantification of its effects upon health
Prof. Roy Harrison, University of Birmingham and COMEAP

Mitigation of United Kingdom PM2.5 Concentrations
Prof. Paul Monks, University of Leicester and Chair of the Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG)

Local Air Quality Management - Changes to Guidance and Reporting
Rebecca Dangerfield and Sean O'Byrne, Defra

Session 3 - Measures to Improve Air Quality and Ways to Quantify Effectiveness

West Midlands Low Emission Strategy
Andrew Whittles, West Midlands Low Emission Towns and Cities Programme

Using real-world dynamic PEMS data to design effective urban air quality improvement measures and to quantify the improvement
Nick Molden, Emissions Analytics

Environmental impacts of taxis - is there a business case for hybrids?
Dr James Tate, University of Leeds (co-written by Richard Riley and David Wyatt)

 

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