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Latest issue of Air Quality News magazine – out now!

The September issue of Air Quality News magazine is now live.

In this issue, Chloe Coules explores the psychology behind wood burning – why people choose to burn wood in the homes, and how psychology can help us develop interventions for this dangerous behaviour.

Georgie Hughes delves into the topic of food production, investigating how the processes used to grow food affects our air, and talks to a farming expert about how we can grow more sustainably.

This month’s Big Interview is with leading energy scientist, former lead of Corporate Strategic Research at ExxonMobil and co-founder of PACE Hugh Helferty, about his calls for energy bosses to store their own emissions.

In the special report, Martin Guttridge-Hewitt explains how IT systems can contribute hugely to carbon emissions and speaks to specialist to find out how organisations can minimise wastage.

With more technological devices claiming to protect people from dirty air coming to market, Georgie Hughes also explores whether technological innovation is the way to tackle air quality, or if simple prevention methods are best.

As more people become aware of the dangers of air pollution, there is an increasing demand for accurate air quality data so people can make information choices. Chloe Coules also speaks to people taking air quality monitoring into their own hands to achieve this.

Additionally, Martin speaks to inventive New Yorkers making a profit from reporting idling commercial vehicles and considers whether a scheme like this could work across the pond in the UK.

In a bid to clean up city-wide pollution, local authorities are following London’s suit by implementing Clean Air Zones. We hear from Adrian Odds, marketing and innovation Director at CDS, as he explains how to successfully roll out a Clean Air Zone.

Charlie Jaay has conducted a vital investigation into the dangers facing environmental activists exposing climate atrocities, after the tragic murders of journalist Dom Phillips and Indigenous expert Bruno Perriera.

 

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