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Air Quality: follow up

Inquiry

Air pollution is the largest environmental risk to UK public health and is linked to as many as 64,000 early deaths a year, with disadvantaged communities disproportionately affected. It is also estimated to cost the country £20 billion a year.

The Committee published its latest report on air quality in February 2021, but considered the Government’s response to be disappointing. The Committee is therefore conducting a follow-up inquiry to scrutinise made the progress by the Government since publishing its findings earlier this year.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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6 July 2021
Inquiry Air Quality: follow up
Committees Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
AIRQ0001 - Air Quality: follow up
Witnesses Professor Alastair Lewis (Professor Alastair Lewis)
Committees Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
AIRQ0002 - Air Quality: follow up
Witnesses Centre for Cities
Committees Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
AIRQ0003 - Air Quality: follow up
Witnesses Bristol City Council
Committees Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Address: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA