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A health map for the local human habitat (2006)
Journal Article
Barton, H., & Grant, M. (2006). A health map for the local human habitat. Journal- Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, 126(6), 252-253. https://doi.org/10.1177/1466424006070466

At the 2006 UK Public Health Association Conference, held in Telford in March, and the International HIA conference in Cardiff in the same month, there was much interest in a new model of health determinants applied to the planning of human settlemen... Read More about A health map for the local human habitat.

Attitudes towards second hand smoke amongst a highly exposed workforce: Survey of London casino workers (2006)
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Daykin, N., Gilmore, A. B., Pilkington, P. A., Gray, S., Pilkington, P., Gray, S., …Daykin, N. (2006). Attitudes towards second hand smoke amongst a highly exposed workforce: Survey of London casino workers. Journal of Public Health, 28(2), 104-110. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdi086

Study objective: To examine knowledge, attitudes and experiences of London casino workers regarding exposure to second hand smoke (SHS) in the workplace. Design: Postal survey of 1568 London casino workers in 25 casinos who were members of the TGWU o... Read More about Attitudes towards second hand smoke amongst a highly exposed workforce: Survey of London casino workers.

Planning for an unpredictable future: Transport in Great Britain in 2030 (2006)
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Chatterjee, K., & Gordon, A. (2006). Planning for an unpredictable future: Transport in Great Britain in 2030. Transport Policy, 13(3), 254-264. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2005.11.003

This paper describes a research study, which explores alternative future scenarios for Great Britain in the year 2030 and the implications these have for travel demand and transport provision. Five alternative future scenarios are represented in the... Read More about Planning for an unpredictable future: Transport in Great Britain in 2030.

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2006)
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Irwin, J. G., Fisher, B. E., Ling, K. A., Longhurst, J. W., Leksmono, N. S., Chatterton, T. J., …Irwin, J. (2006). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Environmental Modelling and Software, 21(4), 494-500. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2004.07.012

In the UK, local government is under a statutory duty to undertake scientific review and assessment of air quality and designate Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) in locations with identified air quality problems. This paper investigates, from a t... Read More about Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise.

Regional collaborative urban air quality management: Case studies across Great Britain (2006)
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Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J. W., Woodfield, N. K., Longhurst, J., Beattie, C. I., Chatterton, T., & Laxen, D. P. (2006). Regional collaborative urban air quality management: Case studies across Great Britain. Environmental Modelling and Software, 21(4), 595-599. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2004.05.010

Almost a third of local authorities across Great Britain have declared air quality management areas (AQMAs), which are the focus of concerted actions to reduce unacceptably high concentrations of prescribed air pollutants by a date specified in regul... Read More about Regional collaborative urban air quality management: Case studies across Great Britain.

Local air quality management as a risk management process: Assessing, managing and remediating the risk of exceeding an air quality objective in Great Britain (2006)
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Woodfield, N. K., Leksmono, N. S., Chatterton, T. J., Beattie, C. I., Longhurst, J. W., Hayes, E. T., …Woodfield, N. (2006). Local air quality management as a risk management process: Assessing, managing and remediating the risk of exceeding an air quality objective in Great Britain. Environment International, 32(8), 934-947. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2006.06.006

Air quality is managed in Great Britain via an effects-based, risk management process designed to provide a dynamic solution to public health issues associated with elevated concentrations of seven specified air pollutants. This paper is concerned wi... Read More about Local air quality management as a risk management process: Assessing, managing and remediating the risk of exceeding an air quality objective in Great Britain.

Sustainable neighbourhoods: Assessment tools for renovation and development (2006)
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Blum, A., & Grant, M. (2006). Sustainable neighbourhoods: Assessment tools for renovation and development

The main results of the of the European FP5 Project “Sustainable Renovation of Buildings for Sustainable Neighbourhoods” (HQE²R – Haute Qualité Environnementale et Economique Réhabilitation; http://hqe2r.cstb.fr) are a general approach and the necess... Read More about Sustainable neighbourhoods: Assessment tools for renovation and development.



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