Clean air zones to provide economic boost while slashing emissions
The UK's clean air zones (CAZs) will slash nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution by almost a fifth and inject millions of pounds into local economies, analysis by CBI Economics suggests.In a report published today, the researchers forecast CAZs to deliver an average NO2 reduction of 18% across eight cities while preventing at least 1% of deaths in local populations. By restricting t
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