Britain’s cities actually create less pollution per head than the rest of the country, but more could be done to make them even greener
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As the Government launches its Clean Air Strategy, we examine whether it goes far enough in improving cities’ economies as well as their environment
Cutting car usage, increasing density and reducing energy consumption should be the priority in urban areas
Cities across the globe are leading the charge on clean air policies — UK cities can do more
Find out how cities can promote clean air using our case studies library
A new court ruling could result in UK cities being required by law to improve local air quality
Cities around the world are trying to reduce carbon emissions, this briefing showcases some of them.
The example of Nottingham shows how a Workplace Parking Levy can generate funding for public transport and free up land
Effective evaluation will help cities identify clean growth policies and determine their effectiveness
Other cities facing similar traffic problems need to consider introducing similar measures