Battersea Society: Public meeting on air quality (this evening)

When: 7.30pm Tuesday, November 11 Where: All Saints Church, Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea

As part of its campaign against air pollution the Battersea Society will be sharing the findings of its 'citizen science’ measurements at Clapham Junction and Battersea Park Road/Nine Elms Lane. At Clapham junction they found that particulate matter ,the most dangerous type of urban pollution, was five times above the European Union Limit and nitrogen dioxide levels were double the European limit. And their readings of nitrogen dioxide levels under the Falcon Road Railway bridge were amongst the highest of anywhere in London.

These findings, and actions that might be taken to alleviate the situation will be discussed by Samantha Heath London Sustainability Exchange Chief Executive and former Vice chair of the London Assembly, and Susie Morrow, chair of Wandsworth Living Streets. Wandsworth's Air Quality Action Plan will be outlined by Houda Al Sharifi, Wandsworth's Director of Public Health.

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