Report on respiratory diseases in the Yorkshire and the Humber population, highlighting examples of good practice and opportunities for improvement. Respiratory diseases can have a substantial impact on quality of life and are responsible for 13.6% of all deaths in
Health Care Without Harm report suggesting if the global health care sector were a country it would be the fifth-largest greenhouse gas emitter on the planet. The report finds health care’s footprint is equivalent to 4.4 per cent of global
This review proposes guidelines to improve population health and raise awareness of selected volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in UK homes and offices. Poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of adverse health effects. This statement focuses on Volatile Organic
House of Commons Transport Committee report identifying that increased levels of walking and cycling can help combat the economic, human and environmental costs of inactivity, climate change, air pollution and traffic congestion. It urges policy makers to give it the
Report about the air quality in the area surrounding Grenfell Tower. The report contains data tables, graphs, an explanation of the data and photos of monitoring equipment.
World Health Organization report outlining the magnitude of environmental health inequalities within countries through 19 inequality indicators on urban, housing and working conditions, basic services and injuries. Inequalities in risks and outcomes occur in all countries in the WHO European Region,
Sets out the actions required across all parts of government and society to improve air quality. The strategy sets out how the UK will: protect the nation’s health; protect the environment; secure clean growth and innovation; reduce emissions from transport,
This report summarizes the latest scientific knowledge on the links between exposure to air pollution and adverse health effects in children. It is intended to inform and motivate individual and collective action by health care professionals to prevent damage to
The final report from a 2-year, active surveillance study of blood lead concentrations in children – known as Surveillance of Elevated Blood Lead in Children (SLiC) – which ran in the UK and Republic of Ireland from June 2010 to
NHS England Healthy New Towns programme has released a leaflet introducing the 10 Healthy New Town Principles: Putting Health into Place. These principles will support partners in housebuilding, local government, healthcare and local communities to demonstrate how to create new
Looks in detail at the evidence linking long-term exposure to air pollutants and effects on mortality. In doing this we have assessed the possible effects of a range of factors that may affect or confound the reported associations. Whilst in
A report by the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP) on the effects of particulate air pollution on mortality in the UK. This report deals with answering what, at first glance, appear to be relatively simple questions regarding
This interim guidance statement is from the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP). COMEAP has published its final report on the link between long-term average concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and mortality.
This statement by the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP) updates earlier advice (2009 and 2010 reports) on how to estimate mortality associated with long-term average concentrations of particulate air pollution.
This report by the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP) recommends how to estimate the benefits of reducing concentrations of nitrogen dioxide in outdoor air and calculates the mortality burden of current levels of air pollution.
The association between air pollution and poor health has been well documented. However, it cannot be presumed that interventions leading to a reduction in air pollution will lead to health improvements. There are relatively few studies examining this association, especially
Results of an analysis of how countries can advance the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by working through the Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme (THE PEP). This report highlights how transport impacts on the environment and health.
Report that aims to better understand: the synergies, tensions and trade-offs which exist in how household energy policies and programmes in England contribute to (or, potentially undermine) objectives to tackle fuel poverty, reduce carbon emissions and keep household energy bills
Health and economic Impact assessment associated with current and future pollution levels in Greater Manchester region. It combines the relationships between Defra’s Air Quality modelling concentrations and health outcomes for each local authority in Greater Manchester. Similar studies for London but this is
Report from IPPR North that estimates that 1.6 million life years will be lost in Greater Manchester in the coming century due to its poisonous air. This is equivalent to each Mancunian having life expectancy reduced by six months. Using the 2011