Air Quality Hub

The free online information and knowledge sharing resource for local authority air quality professionals.

Developed by the Low Emission Partnership and funded by DEFRA.

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To access practical information and advice from other air quality professionals and share your own best practice.

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Reasons to join the Air Quality Hub

  • Share knowledge, best practice and real life experiences of air quality initiatives and tools
  • Access support from other air quality professionals
  • A library of publications, case studies, guidance and Local Air Quality Management Tools.
  • Help to create robust air quality policies and take effective action to improve air quality
  • Supports staff development and up-skilling
  • Supports local authorities with delivery of the National Clean Air Strategy

Strategy measures

Explore air quality improvement measures and record your own progress

Advice notes

Learn more about Local Air Quality Management (LAQM) and the practical application of tools and legislation

Discussion

Use our forum to share issues and learning with other air quality professionals

Our work in numbers

16 Case studies uploaded

102 Strategy measures

15 Advice notes published

420 Registered local authorities

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Problem

What is air pollution? What causes it, and how does it affect our health and the environment? Read our quick overview of air pollution in the UK, with onward links to resources for individuals and communities.

Learn how pollution is affecting our environment

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Solution

Who is responsible for addressing air quality? How can we work together to make a difference? Find out what the UK framework for addressing air pollution is, with onward links to relevant documents that contain further detail.

Learn about the work to tackle pollution

Contribute to the Air Quality Hub

The Air Quality Hub is a collaborative resource – our goal is to bring best practice guidance on every aspect of local air quality management, from across the UK, together into one place. Our content is produced by air quality professionals, for air quality professionals.

If you have special expertise in any aspect of local air quality management, or in any aspect of relevant policy or applicable technique, we’d like to hear from you.