THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS SIGNS THE CLEAN AIR LEEDS PLEDGE!
Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alan Langlands has signed the Clean Air Leeds pledge demonstrating the University’s commitment to improving air quality in the city.
The University is one of a handful of local organisations to sign the pledge as part of Leeds City Council’s campaign to raise awareness of air quality issues and to encourage behaviour change at both organisational and individual levels.
For more in information on the pledge and how we are acting on our commitments:
LEEDS CLEAN AIR CONSULTATION RUNS UNTIL FRIDAY 2ND MARCH!
At the start of the year, the Clean Air Zone public consultation was launched, seeking input into proposals for a Leeds Clean Air Zone and additional measures to reduce air quality levels to an acceptable level within the shortest possible timescales.
The University is preparing an Institutional response and is encouraging as many people to review the proposals and respond in a personal capacity.
The consultation survey can be completed online here: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/Business/Pages/Air-quality.aspx and runs until 2nd March 2018.
Don’t miss the opportunity to have your say!