Air Pollution and Cycling as a Commuter in Dublin
Be sure to come along to our next monthly public meeting taking place on Monday 9th of October in the Central Hotel (Exchequer Street). It will start at 8pm sharp. It promises to be a fascinating talk on a hot topic in transport.
The talk will explore questions such as: what exactly is air pollution; how does it impact on the health of urban (and rural) cyclists; and how are cyclists exposed to air pollution in traffic compared to other road users? The talk will also address how individuals can try to reduce their exposure to air pollution and, crucially, how the problem can be addressed at regional and national levels.
The presentation will be delivered by Dr. Aonghus McNabola, a researcher at Trinity College Dublin. His research background and interests can be seen here.
We expect a large turn-out on the night, so do arrive early to be guaranteed a seat!
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