3rd Annual (2020)

Air Quality Forum

Tuesday 25 February 2020

3rd Annual (2020)

Air Quality Forum

Practical guidance for planning and implementing targeted solutions to improve air quality through an interdisciplinary approach
Tuesday 25 February 2020 Arup, London
Poor air quality, is one of greatest environmental challenges facing the UK, causing health problems and long term exposure now being linked to deaths. This event will explore targeted, practical measures that can be introduced to improve air pollution and explore how to develop a long term strategy for your area. Attendees will discover the latest thinking and trials underway to improve air quality through an interdisciplinary approach, as you hear insight on accurately monitoring air quality and overcoming the challenges that local authorities face to plan for, and deliver, air quality improvements.

Join leading air quality professionals to explore how to identify targeted and cost effective solutions to reduce air pollution. You will hear how to overcome the challenges of implementing low emission zones, and how to deliver the required infrastructure to support electric and low carbon vehicles. Attend to hear case studies, and the latest progress of projects taking place across the UK.

Some of the key organisations who have attended previously: 

39 Essex Chambers
Air Quality News
Arcadis
Arup
Buckinghamshire County Council
Bureau Veritas
Calderdale Council
Cambridge City Council
Capita
Centre for London
Chichester District Council
City of London Corporation
Client Earth
Coventry City Council
Cross River Partnership
Dacorum Borough Council

Department for Transport
East Sussex County Council
Eastleigh Borough Council
Environment Agency
Environmental Protection Scotland
Environmental Research Group, King's College London
Fareham Borough Council
Glasgow City Council
Global Action Plan
Institute of Air Quality Management
Kent County Council
Lewes District Council
Local Partnerships
London Borough of Croydon
London Borough of Newham
London Councils

Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
Office for Low Emission Vehicles
Oxford City Council
Peter Brett Associates
Pinsent Masons
Ramboll Environ
Ricardo Energy & Environment
RSK
The Planning Inspectorate
TNT
Transport for London
Waterman Infrastructure & Environment
Waverley Borough Council
Welsh Government
WSP
WYG

Would you like to get a hold of the conference slides?

If you were unable to attend the event and would like a copy of the presentation slides, these are available to purchase  for £99 + VAT. Click on the link below to find out more.

Benefits of attending:

  • Hear from the latest case studies and initiatives underway to improve air quality – including a focus on the role of public health
  • Understand how health, transport and planning teams can work together to have a coordinated response and introduce practical solutions with limited resources in the most cost effective way
  • Find out how to deliver the infrastructure needed to support a growing number of electric and low carbon vehicles
  • Take away the latest knowledge on effectively monitoring air quality
  • Hear from local authorities on their progress with implementing air quality solutions and what challenges they face

Interested in sponsoring in 2021?

To find out more about sponsoring the Air Quality Forum 2021, please click on the link below.

Who will I meet?

  • Local authorities
  • Air quality consultants
  • Planners
  • Transport consultants
  • Developers
  • Technology providers

Very informative and useful information that I can apply to my role.

Cross River Partnership shares insight on some of the air quality challenges local authorities are facing

Ahead of the Air Quality Forum we spoke to Kate Fenton from Cross River Partnership on some of the air quality challenges within London and explore potential solutions. Click the icon on the left to read the full interview.

Informative discussions between all and some great presentations.

London Borough of Newham shares insight on some of the air quality challenges local authorities are facing

Ahead of the Air Quality Forum we spoke to Helen Masterson from London Borough of Newham on some of the air quality challenges local authorities are facing and explore potential solutions. Click the icon on the left to read the full interview.

Useful update of different clean air initiatives that are currently being implemented.

Sponsors

Arup
Freshwater

Media partners

Endorsements

Directions

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London
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