The UK government has for some time faced pressure to take action on climate issues and pollution. Earlier this year it announced fresh plans to even outlaw wood burning stoves that do not satisfy stringent environmental clean air standards set at government level. Harmful emissions have been a pressing subject in recent years after the high profile story of 9-year-old Ella Kissi-Debrah, a Lewisham child who died from asthma which many say was due to exposure to pollution from the main road next to her house. Aside from the full frontal assault of the UK’s Clean Air Strategy, there’s also been a wider push to address climate change issues which will see the government enact a ban on property developers fitting new homes with gas boilers by 2025. Read More
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