Emma Fell
30 July 2015

National Air Quality Awards added to the bill at Routes to Clean Air

We are happy to announce that we will be hosting Air Quality News’ National Air Quality Awards at the Routes to Clean Air conference being held in Bristol on the 22nd and 23rd October 2015.

The awards ceremony shall take place as part of the networking dinner on the first evening of the two day conference and shall provide a great addition to the now jam packed programme of events we have planned for attendees.

Submissions are invited for the National Air Quality Awards 2015 

The inaugural National Air Quality Awards seek to give value and recognition to those who make these special efforts to boost air quality, whether in the public, private or charity sector.

A panel of industry experts will judge entries in six categories covering a range of sectors from local authorities through to industry, individuals and technology.

The categories are:

  • Local Authority Air Quality Initiative of the Year
  • Best Air Quality Communications Campaign 2015
  • The Innovation in Air Quality Technology Award
  • Car Manufacturer Air Quality Progress Award 2015
  • Passenger Transport Air Quality Award
  • Air Quality Champion Award

For more information on how to enter please visit the AQN website

Routes to Clean Air

The IAQM is running Routes to Clean Air in association with the University of the West of England (UWE) and Bristol City Council as part of Bristol Green Capital 2015  programme of events.

The conference will be fantastic platform for those working in relevant sectors to share their experiences of improving urban air quality in the EU.

Routes to Clean Air will be looking at road transport and reducing traffic emissions, electric vehicles, public perceptions of air quality, communication and behavioural change.

Book now for Earlybird tickets, available only until August 31st.