This collection of policy briefs addresses the global challenge of air pollution, with an emphasis on solutions – policy, technical and behavioural – that can help deliver clean air. The briefs combine approaches from physical sciences, engineering, medicine, public health, business and law – as the clean air challenge will not be solved by any one approach.
These articles are intended as a starting point for discussion: how a particular approach or concept can be best applied to a specific problem will vary, and we encourage those interested to reach out to the authors in each case. This collection was supported through the University of Birmingham Institute for Global Innovation Clean Air theme.
Edited by Aleksandra Čavoški, Suzanne Bartington, William Bloss and John Bryson.