Inequities, Challenges, ‘AQ Inequalities Project’ Summary & Review
At a population level air pollution presents the largest environmental risk to public health in the UK. Air pollution can lead to both short and long term health term issues for all, but impacts on some groups more than others, such as the young and elderly, minority ethnic communities, those living in areas of high deprivation, those with existing health inequities and those working in high exposure jobs. We know that the inequities gap is widening and that these inequities have been exacerbated by Covid-19.
This webinar will cover, NGO and community action and lived experience; exploring success stories; interventions and innovative projects.
Introductions & House Keeping: Chair – Olivia Sweeny (Black and Green Ambassador)
- Judy Ling Wong (Black Environment Network),
- Kate Langford (Impact on Urban Health);
- Hilda Palmer (Trade Union Clean Air Network and GM Hazards)
- Stuart Phelps (Residents Against Dirty Energy);
- Dr Suzanne Bartington (University of Birmingham)
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