COMEAP slams report on London air pollution

The Government's Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP) has responded angrily to a report which suggests that the health effects of traffic pollution in London have been exaggerated. Professor Stephen Glaister, the transport economist at Imperial College London, who prepared the report referred to COMEAP's work extensively to support his argument (ENDS Report 300, p5 ).

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