Supreme Court to rule on UK air pollution

The European Union’s Supreme Court is to scrutinise the UK government’s compliance with laws limiting air pollution, after campaign group ClientEarth took legal action against Britain over excess nitrogen dioxide emission.

The Times covered this story.

With thanks to the LGiU for the lead to this story.


The results of this scrutiny will be interesting. We would all hope that Britain would be meeting safe nitrogen dioxide emission targets but there is clearly some evidence to say that it is not doing especially in some of our major cities.