IET Teacher Building, St Enoch Square, GLASGOW
Although Scotland enjoys good and improving air quality, there are areas of concern particularly in our towns and cities. This presents challenges to the decision makers however there are numerous examples of good practice which Scotland can be proud of.
As the Scottish Government prepares to publish a draft Low Emission Strategy for Scotland in November, this one day conference will discuss the impacts on your authority.
You will get to ask questions on what is required, learn about similar schemes and see what studies have been undertaken in parts of the UK and internationally.
The problems –International, UK, Scotland; emission reduction strategies
Dr Stuart Sneddon, Chair of Air Quality Expert Advisory Group
Quantifying the problem(s)
Dr Beth Conlan, Ricardo-AEA
The Low Emission Strategy for Scotland
Andrew Taylor,The Scottish Government
Fife Council's Air Quality Strategy:developing a best practice approach
Kenny Bisset,Fife Council
Charging point infrastructure
AndyCampbell / Craig Wilson, City of Edinburgh Council
The flyer is available to download: EPS Clean Air for Scotland December 2014 Flyer
To register, or reserve a space, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local authority & government: £100 (+VAT)
Consultancies: £150 (+VAT) Discounts also available for exhibiting. Please contact us
HE/FE and research institutions: £150 (+VAT)
Students: £30 (proof of University/College registration will be required, i.e. a valid matric card)
EPS Non-members: £200 (+VAT)