Mon18Mar201910:00 amCoSLA Conference Centre, Haymarket, Edinburgh
This event has been held. Delegates will be able to view the presentations via the link provided by e-mail.
EPS is happy to confirm a one-day conference which will look at efforts to improve the quality of the air we breathe - one of the most important issues facing the current generation of policy-makers, regulators and campaigners.
Our event will stimulate discussion against a backdrop of headlines questioning whether diesel cars should be banned from city centres altogether, the roll-out of Low Emission Zones and efforts to encourage people to contribute to improving Scotland’s environment and their own health by minimising their use of cars, supporting walking, cycling, and promoting the use of public transport.
It aims to tackle the problem head on and seeks to link with the independent review of the Cleaner Air For Scotland strategy, asking questions about what is being done, and what further action and emissions are being identified as we seek to improve Scotland’s air quality, whilst also maximising the health benefits to society.
The final programme, including details on how to register, is now available to download here
Please feel free to circulate this to anyone you think maybe interested in attending.
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