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Getting the Measure of Scotland’s Air Pollution Problem

- June 11, 2015 in environment, Featured, health, Open Government Data

Air Pollution in Scotland Air pollution concentrations are so high they are breaking national safety standards and damaging health in many parts of Scotland. Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, and even less likely places such as Inverness, have all declared Pollution Zones where toxic air levels regularly break Scottish regulatory standards — standards which were due more »

Getting the Measure of Scotland’s Air Pollution Problem

- June 11, 2015 in environment, Featured, health, Open Government Data

Air Pollution in Scotland Air pollution concentrations are so high they are breaking national safety standards and damaging health in many parts of Scotland. Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, and even less likely places such as Inverness, all have Pollution Zones where toxic air levels regularly break Scottish regulatory standards — standards which were due to be more »

Getting the Measure of Scotland’s Air Pollution Problem

- June 11, 2015 in environment, Featured, health, Open Government Data

Air Pollution in Scotland Air pollution concentrations are so high they are breaking national safety standards and damaging health in many parts of Scotland. Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, and even less likely places such as Inverness, all have Pollution Zones where toxic air levels regularly break Scottish regulatory standards — standards which were due to be more »

Getting the Measure of Scotland’s Air Pollution Problem

- June 11, 2015 in environment, Featured, health, Open Government Data

Air Pollution in Scotland Air pollution concentrations are so high they are breaking national safety standards and damaging health in many parts of Scotland. Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, and even less likely places such as Inverness, all have Pollution Zones where toxic air levels regularly break Scottish regulatory standards — standards which were due to be more »