Government information on air pollution is ‘impenetrable’ for the average user, report finds

Information about local air quality or what is being done to address persistent breaches of legal air pollution limits is “too difficult for the public to find”, leaving them less able to take action to protect themselves, a report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has found.

by Pippa Neill

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