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Regular news: Issue 465 29 Mar 2007

Air quality values could complement noise and CO2

The DfT is to commission a research project to examine whether monetary values can be placed on the air quality impacts of transport schemes.

The DfT has recently applied monetary values to the impacts of transport noise on households and to the social cost of carbon (LTT 16 Nov 06). Andrew Price, an economic adviser in the DfT's Integrated transport, economics and appraisal division, noted that the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs had published values for some pollutants...

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