Why a ruling means more councils must tackle air quality

The High Court’s decision to reject the government’s air quality policies for the third time means a new group of 33 town halls will now have to devise measures to improve air quality. Gareth Simkins reports

by Gareth Simkins
ClientEarth are expected to return to the High Court to argue against the lawfulness of the finalised air quality plan
ClientEarth are expected to return to the High Court to argue against the lawfulness of the finalised air quality plan

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