Something in the air

Something in the air

2020’s lockdowns offered a unique opportunity to examine the contributions made by different vehicle types to urban pollution. In this paper, David Carslaw, Ricardo’s Air Quality Knowledge Leader, explains how insights gained from novel road traffic and vehicle emission remote sensing data could help bring about future environmental improvements.

In this whitepaper we look at:

  • A question of attribution
  • Moving from data to policy
  • Air pollution – the causes and effects

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