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A preliminary analysis of the linkages between air quality management and transport planning policies in a sample of English highways authorities (2001)
Journal Article
Longhurst, J. W., Beattie, C. I., Longhurst, J., & Woodfield, N. K. (2001). A preliminary analysis of the linkages between air quality management and transport planning policies in a sample of English highways authorities. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 44(3), 391-408. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640560120046133

This paper considers the evolution of the local transport planning process and examines a sample of nine county-scale areas with regard to the integration of air quality issues within the transport planning process over the last 3 years. It concludes... Read More about A preliminary analysis of the linkages between air quality management and transport planning policies in a sample of English highways authorities.

A review of policy options for delivering air quality objectives in the former Avon area, comprising the four unitary authorities of Bristol City Council, South Gloucestershire Council, Bath and North East Somerset Council and North Somerset Council (2001)
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Woodfield, N., Beattie, C., & Longhurst, J. (2001). A review of policy options for delivering air quality objectives in the former Avon area, comprising the four unitary authorities of Bristol City Council, South Gloucestershire Council, Bath and North East Somerset Council and North Somerset Council

Reducing residential carbon intensity: The new role for English local authorities (2001)
Journal Article
Longhurts, J. W., Gilbs, D. C., McEvoy, D., McEvoy, D. W., Gibbs, D., & Longhurst, J. (2001). Reducing residential carbon intensity: The new role for English local authorities. Urban Studies, 38(1), 7-21. https://doi.org/10.1080/00420980123554

The residential sector is a substantial source of CO2 in the UK, accounting for over 25 per cent of all end-use emissions. Improvements in energy efficiency are often cited as important elements of carbon reduction packages, with policy-makers emphas... Read More about Reducing residential carbon intensity: The new role for English local authorities.

Progress with implementing local air-quality management in rural areas of England (2001)
Journal Article
Longhurst, J., Beattie, C., Ing, C., Beattie, C., & Longhurst, J. (2001). Progress with implementing local air-quality management in rural areas of England. Journal of Environmental Management, 61(2), 137-147. https://doi.org/10.1006/jema.2000.0391

Air quality in the UK, although vastly improved from the smogs of the 1950s, now faces a new set of challenges from a variety of sources and pollutants. Poor air quality has long been associated with urban areas, but it is becoming clear that many ru... Read More about Progress with implementing local air-quality management in rural areas of England.

Air quality management: Evolution of policy and practice in the UK as exemplified by the experience of English local government (2001)
Journal Article
Longhurst, J. W., Beattie, C. I., Longhurst, J., & Woodfield, N. K. (2001). Air quality management: Evolution of policy and practice in the UK as exemplified by the experience of English local government. Atmospheric Environment, 35(8), 1479-1490. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1352-2310%2800%2900311-3

The air quality management (AQM) framework in the UK is designed to be an effects-based solution to air pollutants currently affecting human health. The AQM process has been legislated through The Environment Act 1995, which required the National Air... Read More about Air quality management: Evolution of policy and practice in the UK as exemplified by the experience of English local government.