Pollution is an issue which won't go away:
Futures Forum: Campaigning for a new Clean Air Act
Futures Forum: The Budget > and missed opportunities to deliver clean air, cleaner energy and a better future for our communities
And so it goes on:
Air pollution 'urgent public health crisis' warning - BBC News
A programme from earlier in the month showed us the effect of traffic pollution on those unlucky enough to live on busy roads:
Week In, Week Out investigates what life is like for families living on Wales's most polluted streets. An estimated 2,000 deaths are caused by air pollution in Wales each year - mostly from traffic on our roads.
So are we facing up to what's being called an urgent public health crisis? India Pollock reports.
BBC iPlayer - Week In Week Out - The Invisible Killer on Our Streets
With a clip suggesting a solution:
BBC One - Week In Week Out, The Invisible Killer on Our Streets, Could electric cars help solve our pollution crisis?
This is what it's like to live on Wales' most polluted street - Wales Online
Air pollution 'breaches' plaguing Swansea claim environmentalists but figures are questioned - Wales Online
It's not much better in East Devon:
Futures Forum: Air pollution and over-development: Exeter and East Devon "recording high readings" of nitrogen dioxide emissions