Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
The growing situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the UK is presenting unprecedented challenges for individuals, companies and organisations alike. As a responsible organisation, the IAQM’s primary concern is for the safety of its attendees, members, speakers, exhibitors and staff. We are therefore following the advice of the UK Government to ‘avoid social contact with others and stop non-essential travel to fight Coronavirus’ and as a result, all face-to-face events and workshops for the next few weeks will be postponed.
Where possible we will deliver events and workshops via online platforms. Please refer to the individual event page for further details around each of our events.
We will honour all bookings made for events to date and transfer these to the new event date, details of which will be circulated to you in due course.
We thank you for your support during this time.
IAQM Webinar: Reducing emissions from road transport, the journey to a net zero future
October 13 @ 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
In this presentation Gloria will give an update on UK national policy related to reducing road transport GHG and air pollution emissions, provide a high level overview of the current zero emission technology and low carbon fuel landscape with examples of market developments for cars, trucks and buses. This will include electric battery, biofuels, low carbon hydrogen and retrofit technologies for older diesel vehicles. The presentation will touch on charging and refuelling infrastructure.
Our speakerGloria Esposito is the Head of Projects at Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership. Gloria’s work experience has focused on local air quality management and greenhouse gas emission reduction for the last 15 years. Whilst at the LowCVP’s she has influenced a number of national policy areas including the Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme and Clean Bus Retrofit Fund, the Ultra-low emission bus fund and re-designed the new car CO2 label. She has produced technology and policy guides related to low emission vehicles. Gloria currently leads LowCVP’s activities on low carbon fuels and vehicle life cycle analysis.
Prior to joining LowCVP she held positions at the London Borough of Camden, Bureau Veritas and Kings College London.