Air quality professionals urge DEFRA to act on diesel

The government could tackle air pollution faster and more effectively if it chose to use all the tools at its disposal, says the Institute of Air Quality Management

by Rachel Salvidge
Diesel vehicles contribute the greatest concentrations of NO2 in urban areas. Photograph: Federico Rostagno/123RF
Diesel vehicles contribute the greatest concentrations of NO2 in urban areas. Photograph: Federico Rostagno/123RF

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