Scottish Parliament launches air pollution inquiry

MSPs are to investigate the state of Scotland’s air quality and what Holyrood and Whitehall are doing to improve it

The Scottish Parliament could be within a low emission zone by the end of next year, if Edinburgh is selected. Martyn Gorman CC BY-SA 2.0The Scottish Parliament is seeking views on the management of ambient air pollution.

Its Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee launched its inquiry into air quality on 4 July.

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