Birmingham clean air zone reduced NO2 by a ‘modest’ 7.3% in first seven months, study finds

A more stringent or expanded Clean Air Zone (CAZ) is needed in Birmingham, say scientists after they found the city's zone reduced nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution by a “modest” 7.3% in the first seven months.

by Pippa Neill

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