Air Pollution

Can we put a price on clean air? Yes, we can 

Improving air quality would bring economic and social benefits as well as better health Image: Michael Schwarzenberger on Pixabay

Jane Burston
Executive Director, Clean Air Fund
Rain Newton-Smith
Chief Economist, Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
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