5-6 July 2023, University of Birmingham
The countdown to the Clean Air Networks Conference begins!
We are delighted to announce the Clean Air Networks Conference, to be held at the University of Birmingham 5-6 July 2023. The conference is a collaboration between the seven networks funded under the UK Clean Air Strategic Priority Fund (Wave 2), the STFC Air Quality Network and the UK Clean Air Champions. The focus of the network is to showcase the work done over the past four years and to identify, as a legacy for the UK Clean Air community, the next steps for indoor and outdoor air quality research and policy.
The conference programme will highlight the cross-cutting themes and foci of the networks’ activities, presenting examples of their findings and collaborations with stakeholders. Delegates will also engage in discursive sessions to consider the implications of the networks’ findings and identify future research and policy needs.
The conference is aimed at academics who work across the atmospheric, health and building science disciplines, policy makers, industry partners and civic sector groups with an interest in outdoor and indoor air quality and its human health impacts. We are keen to engage with as wide a range of audiences as possible, and some travel bursaries will be offered to enable those without funds to participate.
Details will be announced by the networks in due course. Save the date in your diary, and sign up to one or more network newsletters to receive updates.
Breathing City: Future Urban Ventilation Network
Metrology Network (via National Physical Laboratory)
SAQN (STFC Air Quality Network)
TAPAS (Tackling Air Pollution in Schools)