Poor air quality causing a “health emergency”A recent study has found that poor air quality can be linked to a variety of health issues including strokes, cardiac arrest and asthma.
UK retail suffered worst year in historyWith the loss of over 140,000 jobs and big names including Karen Millen, Coast and Forever 21 shutting shop, it is clear that the UK retail industry faced some issues in 2019.
Children in unhealthy homesNew research suggests that over 11 million children across Europe are currently living in ‘unhealthy’ homes.
Government offering air quality grants to local authoritiesThe UK government have offered local authorities to bid for a portion of a new air quality grant.
How sensor technology can benefit citiesSensor technology is giving local authorities the chance to gather data that can help streamline their services.
Air pollution to cause 160,000 early deathsResearch suggests that air pollution could cause an extra 160,000 deaths this decade.
Why local authorities need to introduce Internet of Things technologyWith the rapid urbanisation, local authorities are implementing new technologies to help them start their smart city journey.
The rise of IoT in social housingA report by Secure Meters shows how social landlords are looking to adopt IoT in their properties.
Intelligent street lighting market to grow rapidlyResearch from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight suggests that the number of installed smart streetlight bases will increase at a CAGR of 24.5% until 2023.
Smart waste industry to soar by 2023The installation of smart waste sensors is expected to reach 1.5 million by 2023.
How to make a local authority a smart cityWith growing populations in urban areas, local authorities are turning to new technologies to help them streamline services in the city.
480,000 ‘non-decent’ social homes in EnglandThere are 4 million social housing properties in England; 480,000 of these are 'non-decent'.
15 million in UK living with high PM2.5Over 15 million people in the UK are living in areas with particle matter that exceeds the World Health Organisation (WHO) guideline.
Has the covid-19 situation aided in improving air quality across the UK & beyond?Everything feels new, unexpected and overwhelming. To some, the apocalyptic films we have seen are becoming reality. Every day is bringing new developments – Imagine the reaction we would have seen in February if we were told all schools, pubs and restaurants would be closed.
1 in 19 deaths in Britain caused by air pollutionThe importance of cities monitoring and acting on air quality is made apparent from the substantial number of illnesses and deaths caused by air pollution. In Britain’s cities, air pollution is contributing to around 40,000 early deaths annually, taking more lives than road traffic accidents
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