Air Quality Management

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Scientists and research institutes are challenging the idea that uncertainty in research is a reason for people to worry about the reliability of findings. Researchers in climate science, disease...
May marks the launch of the UK Government's Smarter Regulation Review. UK businesses and the public are being asked to send ideas on how environmental rules and regulations can be drawn together and...
The IES has been working with other professional bodies over the past two months to ensure that environmental policy is underpinned by sound science across a number of policy areas. In April the IES...
The Supreme Court has declared that the Government is failing in its legal duty to protect people from the harmful effects of air pollution. This landmark decision in ClientEarth’s case is a...
The Institute of Air Quality Management is pleased to announce the re-launch of its website, www.iaqm.co.uk. The new website is part of a re-branding exercise for the organisation as it becomes the...
We are nearing the completion of a new IAQM website. One of the key features of the website is a fully searchable archive of air quality materials. This includes presentations, guidance, journal...
This is the question that we set out to address when we first started work on the newest edition of the IES journal London 2012: sustainable legacy?. This is our longest ever journal at 92 pages and...
The IAQM Committee has announced forthcoming changes to the requirements for Full Membership. The IAQM is approaching 300 members, a significant milestone in the development of the organisation....
On 5th December IAQM held a conference for the Dispersion Modellers User Group. This news page provides some of Bernard Fisher's personal reflections upon the meeting and aggregates photos and...
At the recent AGM of the Institute for Air Quality Management (IAQM), which is now 10 years old, two current relevant topics relating to air quality management were discussed. This article links to...

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