Clean air zones, indoor air quality and planning will be in focus at the two-day â€˜Routes to Clean Airâ€™ Conference, due to take place in Birmingham next week (24-25 October).
Organised by the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) the conference brings together air quality, public health and transport professionals to share their experiences of improving traffic emissions.
The conference takes place at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre and will include a three-course networking dinner on Tuesday evening.
Speakers include the former government chief scientist, Sir David King, who will deliver the conferenceâ€™s keynote address â€˜Air Pollution from NOx: Origin, health impacts and regulatory requirementsâ€™.
Other speakers include Professor Frank Kelly, director of the Kingâ€™s College London Environmental Research Group, Professor Simon Caporn of Manchester Metropolitan University and Nadine Allemand, deputy director of Franceâ€™s CITEPA (Centre Interprofessionnel Technique d’Etudes de la Pollution AtmosphÃ©rique) who will be giving an international perspective on air pollution.
For more details on the Routes to Clean Air Conference, visit the IAQM website.