This event, in partnership with Policy@Manchester, looked at their latest research On Air Quality and the economic effects of air pollution.
Exposure to air pollution has acute impacts on human health, productivity and widening societal inequalities. It is a national problem with profound local implications.
The panel discussed how a place-based approach can be effective for building solutions to the air pollution problem that are effective, enduring, and equitable.
This is event was chaired by Andrew Carter, Chief Executive at Centre for Cities.
While outside the secure zone, Centre for Cities encourages attendees of this event to adhere to the Covid safety measures set by the organisers of this party conference.