AIR   

POLLUTION

UK GOVERNMENT
The government signed the ‘Clean Air Strategy’

14th January 2019

UNITED NATIONS

‘Countries have a legal obligation to ensure a healthy environment’.

‘Air pollution claims 7 million lives every year.’

4th March 2019

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND

‘Air pollution is the biggest environmental threat to health in the UK with between 28,000 and 36,000 deaths a year.’ (70% attributed to road traffic emissions.)

11th March 2019

UK GOVERNMENT

UK government committed to reduce emissions by 80% to reach its 2050 target.

14th March 2019

UNECE
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Gothenburg Protocol: Which sets national emission limits for SO2 NOx NH3 and volatile organic compounds for countries to meet from 2010 onwards.

Amended 4th October 2019

AIR QUALITY NEWS

‘Highways England are failing to spend the £75 million pollution fund. Of the 8,865 miles of motorway and 2,571

major A roads most recent data suggest that over a third have illegal levels of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)’

7th November 2019

EU
National Emission Ceiling Directive (2001/81/EC)

EU
2008 Ambient air quality directive (2008/50/EC) – sets legally binding limits for concentrations in outdoor air of major air pollutants that impact public health such as particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) And nitrogen dioxide NO2)

The roundabouts of Fishbourne and Stockbridge at the A27 have already reached the highest emissions according to the data from the National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory.

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US

We need to make as large a public as possible aware of the threats to

this internationally recognised national asset. This is not NIMBYISM.

This is saving an irreplaceable part of our nation for future generations.

We would welcome you, your groups, your school, your parish, everyone,

to register below and help us spread your concerns to the wider world.

All information provided is correct at time of publication, however if you have any comments or suggestions regarding the information or the website in general, please do not hesitate to contact us via the form above or email contact@sosca.org.uk.