Article By : Professor Eloise Scotford
January 13, 2021
Air Quality,Conference 2020

Professor Scotford examines the latest version of the Environment Bill and what it does, or does not do, for improving air quality. She considers the Bill’s target setting process for air quality, its enforcement mechanisms, and the new measures proposed for local air quality governance. She also reflects on the Bill in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and consider its reforms in light of the pandemic’s lessons for air quality law and policy

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