CBI: Clean Air Zones can deliver economic boost to cities in wake of Covid

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Clean Air Zones deliver an average 18 per cent reduction in polluting nitrogen oxide in cities that will significantly reduce local rates of pollution-related illness, new research finds

Cities should stop dragging their feet and press ahead with Clean Air Zones that target polluting vehicles if they want to maximise their chances of 'building back better' from the pandemic, fresh research...

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