The 2023 Northern Air Quality Conference at The Midland Hotel in Manchester, will be on the
As we navigate into another recession, it’s vitally important we come together to learn how to tackle and improve air quality in these testing times. That’s why our 2023 Northern Air Quality Conference will focus on how to improve air quality in a recession.
Join the Air Quality News team for this special event on Thursday 23rd March at The Midland Hotel in Manchester, where we will hear from our expert speakers how we can navigate the coming years, and learn from our market-leading exhibitors who can assist.
Jenny Jones, MP. The Baroness of Moulsecoomb.
Jenny has held several prominent political roles: Deputy Mayor of London, Deputy Chair of the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee, Green Councillor for Southwark Council and Chair of the Green Party of England and Wales. When the Green party was offered its first seat in the House of Lords in the summer of 2013 Jenny Jones was at the top of the party’s selection list, the result of a vote by all party members. Jenny was introduced to the House of Lords on November 5th 2013, she took her title, Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, from the council estate she grew up on in Brighton
Rosie McEachan, Born in Bradford
Rosie McEachan is the Director of Born in Bradford. She is an experienced applied health researcher with particular interests in cohort studies, development and evaluation of complex interventions, environmental determinants of health, green space, air quality, and co-production. She has an internationally funded research portfolio which aims to quantify the health impact of environmental exposures and find ways of reducing exposure to these. She is currently leading the NIHR funded BiB Breathes study which will evaluate the health and economic impact of the Bradford Clean Air Zone. Rosie holds a visiting professor position at University College London and an honorary chair position at the University of Bradford.
Professor Alastair Lewis, University of York
Ally Lewis is a professor of atmospheric chemistry at the University of York. The Atmospheric Chemistry group studies gas and aerosol phase processes in the atmosphere using experimental and modelling approaches. The research focuses on air pollution and its environmental impacts
Runnymede Trust is the UK’s leading independent race equality think tank. Joining us on the day will be a representative from Runnymede Trust to talk about the critical challenge that people of colour in the UK, who are more likely to live in economically deprived, urban areas, are more likely to breathe illegal levels of air pollution.
The impact of a recession on improving air quality – Speaker TBC
With current reports signalling the UK will be in a recession for a period of two years, the conference will explore the many challenges and possible solutions for those with responsibility for delivering clean air programmes.
Levelling Up the EV Charging Network – Speaker TBC
We will hear from experts helping local authorities in the levelling up of EV charging points. Exploring the geographical differences in the charging network and examining the business models for building an efficient and effective system
We will be hosting a panel discussion from the leading experts in the field, where they will be taking questions on pressing matters from the audience.
To sign up – please follow the link below!