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The latest news is shown below from Air Quality in Scotland, with the most recent at the top.

STEP and the Scottish Urban Air Quality Steering Group are seeking volunteers to take part in structured face-to-face and telephone inter

FIFE Council has reaffirmed its commitment to protecting and improving air quality in the Kingdom.

The consultation on the draft Low Emissions Strategy for Scotland has now been published.

The Scottish Transport Emissions Partnership’s Annual Conference will take place at the Edinburgh University School of Informatics on Tuesday 18th November 2014 between 0900 and 1545.

Bonfire and firework displays across Scotland cause elevated Particulate Matter (PM) overnight from 5th to 6th November. More details are available in the brief report below.

Fife launches a new green recognition scheme aiming to tackle air pollution from transport.

On Friday 20th June, the Air Quality in Scotland website was updated to include new versions of several LAQM tools. These include:

Ricardo-AEA is proud to announce the launch of the new and improved Air Quality in Scotland database and website today, alongside a new app for phones and tablets.

Defra and the Devolved Administrations provide mapped background air pollution concentration data and an Emissions Factors Toolkit (EFT) to local authorities to support air quality assessment.

A Call for Evidence has been launched to support a policy review of the Clean Air Act 1993 in Scotland. The Act is being reviewed with the following objectives:

Discussion and comments on the Review of LAQM in Scotland workshop held in August.
A consultation paper on a review of Local Air Quality Management in Scotland has been published today.
On Tuesday the 26th March the Scottish Environment Protection Agency is presenting at the Edinburgh International Science Festival on the topic of air pollution in Scotland, its impac
A Workshop to help in the development of the Scottish Air Quality Monitoring Strategy was held at the Scottish Government, Victoria Quay on the 28th August 2012.
The Scottish Government has recently stated its position on the relationship between biomass combustion and the potential conflict with local air quality (see