Community Air Quality data updated

Community air quality graphs have been updated to include results up to March 2017. See the Air Quality page of our website for more information.

Telegraph Voices: How could the air quality across Sheffield be improved – and why?

Sheffield Telegraph, 20 April 2017

  • Pollution has been far too low a priority – Neil Parry, East End Quality of Life Initiative
  • Fossil fuels are at the centre of a real crisis – Joan Miller, Sheffield Climate Alliance
  • Let’s devise a strong plan and seek Government funding – Peter Sephton, Sheffield city centre residents action group
  • Plants would be destroyed – Maria Val Martin, Sheffield University

Children exposed to air pollution

Neil Parry contributed to an article in Sheffield Star, 6 April 2017:

Hundreds of children in Sheffield are being exposed to illegal levels of air pollution from diesel vehicles, according to Greenpeace.

Children attending 18 nurseries, schools, further education centres and after-school clubs across the city are within 150 metres of roads where the level of nitrogen dioxide from diesel traffic exceeds the legal limit.

Tinsley Time and Travel Heritage Walk

Tinsley Time and Travel Heritage Walks Family Art and History Days Mon 10 April, Thu 13 April, Sat 13 May (2017) with Ignite Imaginations

Air Quality Graphs Updated

Data from Sheffield City Council air quality monitoring sites has now been updated and graphs can be found on our website.

Air Quality Graphs updated

Data from community groups has been updated to include September 2016. The graphs can be found on our website.

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