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Glasgow schools aim to lower vehicle pollution

05 August 2019
Kirsten Walsh (environmental health officer), Cllr Alan Lafferty, Ann Marie Absolom (head teacher at St Clares Primary School Newton Mearns) and Richard Mowat (environmental health officer).
Kirsten Walsh (environmental health officer), Cllr Alan Lafferty, Ann Marie Absolom (head teacher at St Clares Primary School Newton Mearns) and Richard Mowat (environmental health officer).

 

Schools near Glasgow have been monitoring air quality as part of a project aiming to reduce the levels of pollution emitted by vehicles as they drop off and collect children. 

The project is part of a ‘Beat the Street’ initiative that was granted £50,000 from a £1m fund to increase walking, cycling and sustainable travel in Scotland. The overall aim is to cut Scotland's carbon emissions, improve air quality, reverse the trend towards sedentary lifestyles and tackle...

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