Experts speak on air quality

September 25 2014

A TALK on issues affecting air quality in Bristol will be taking place in Redland this month.

A TALK on issues affecting air quality in Bristol will be taking place in Redland this month. 

The event will be hosted by Steve Crawshaw, who has worked on air quality in the city since 1998 and has a comprehensive understanding of urban air quality issues, and Dr Angela Raffle, a consultant in public health, who has worked in Bristol since 1985. She is also involved in Sustainable Redland and Transition Bristol.

Steve will be talking about the air quality monitoring network that Bristol City Council operate, and will outline the main issues faced in meeting air quality standards, while Angela will be discussing the health and policy implications of current air quality levels in the city and offer some views about what is to be done.

'Air Quality in Bristol - Time to Stop Breathing?' is on October 8, 7.30pm at Friends Meeting House, 126 Hampton Road, BS6 6JE. Non-members £5 and members £2 (voluntary). Booking not required.