Monitoring data underused in improving air quality
The first national picture of local authority air quality monitoring has emerged from a survey by the National Society for Clean Air (NSCA). The results show that all but a tiny minority carry out some monitoring - but they also reveal that air quality data are rarely used to inform decisions on local plans or individual planning or road proposals, or for other air quality management purposes.
Sign in to continue
Need to activate your subscription?
Already a subscriber
If you haven't already, activate your subscription here>>
Company Domain Access
If your company or university has a corporate subscription simply register your email address here to gain access