Drawing together experts in vehicle emissions, air quality measurement, public health, and policy. The Oxford Air Quality Meeting aims to draw together four different groups of people:
The aim is to facilitate interactions and discussions across a wide range of stake holders in the air quality field. Recent advances in real driving emissions measurement mean that greater understanding of roadside vehicle emissions is being developed. In addition low cost air quality sensing and an increasing insight into how various pollutants effect humans mean that the evidence base is growing rapidly.
The Oxford Air Quality Meeting will bring together all of these groups, alongside policy makers to enable future improvements in Air Quality.
Session 1 – Air Quality and measurement
Session 2 – Emissions
Session 3 – Health Effects & Policy
Session 4 – Implementation, Communication and Engagement
Felix Leach, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, with
Pedro Abreu, Oxford City Council
Jake Backus, Empathy Sustainability
Suzanne Bartington, University of Birmingham
Mai Jarvis, Oxford City Council
Kayla Schulte, University of Oxford