Cleaning the air: a tale of two cities

Local councils have much responsibility and little power when it comes to tackling air pollution. Oxford and York are pioneering innovative ways to improve their city centres. Gareth Simkins investigates

by Gareth Simkins
Many of the roads within York’s ancient walls are suited more for horses and carts than modern vehicles (photograph: Matt Buck)
Many of the roads within York’s ancient walls are suited more for horses and carts than modern vehicles (photograph: Matt Buck)

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