RapidAir® plays key role in helping improve air quality in Fife

RapidAir® plays key role in helping improve air quality in Fife

Case study detailing how RapidAir air quality model was used to support health and land-use planning research for the Kingdom of Fife.

Fife’s RapidAir model outputs have been used by the council to develop cost-effective and feasible air quality action plans to improve local air quality, examples of which have been cited by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) as examples of good practice.

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