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.

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November 2019

IAQM AGM 2019: Air quality – Past, present and future

20 Nov, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Arup London, 13 Fitzroy Street
London, W1T 4BQ United Kingdom
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The IAQM 2019 AGM will be followed by a discussion meeting looking at the past, present and future challenges within the air quality sector. Imagine a future. NO2 concentrations have fallen rapidly, by 2024 only a few exceedances will be present in London - problem solved? History tells us that when one pollutant is well controlled, another pollutant rears its head. We know that over the next few years the focus will increasingly move from NO2 to PM2.5 and the need…

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January 2020

Webinar: Air quality and health, 1970 to 2030

January 16 @ 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

This talk will discuss estimates, made by the speaker, of the number of premature deaths per year in the UK. It will look at those associated with secondary ambient air concentrations of ammonia, sulphur and nitrogen oxides etc derived from various primary emissions in Europe over the period 1970 to 2030. Source receptor relationships linking national emissions and PM 2.5 particle concentrations, which are the main health concern, are available from the results of the international EMEP​ programme, which makes…

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February 2020

Early Careers Group Meetup

February 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Amey Consulting, 27 Tanner Road
York, YO1 6JP United Kingdom
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The IAQM Early Career Group meetups provide a forum to learn, practice presentation skills and network with other early-career professionals, in a friendly, supportive and accessible environment.This series of mid-afternoon events offer a platform for early-career professionals to gain valuable experience in presenting to a moderately sized and supportive audience, as well as providing an excellent CPD opportunity which you can later use as evidence of development when upgrading from Associate to Member.Schedule14:00 – Registration, refreshments and networking14:30 – Welcome and introduction14:45 – Guest…

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March 2020

2020 Spring Conference: Assessment and Mitigation of Air Quality Impacts on Biodiversity

March 4
Crowne Plaza Sheffield, Victoria Station Rd
Sheffield, UK S4 7YE
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The adverse impacts of air quality upon biodiversity has been long recognised in the peer review literature dating back to the 1970s however, it is only in the last few years that the effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition have been taken serious by ecological practitioners. Robust assessment of air quality issues has been forced up the agenda by legal challenge such as the now infamous ‘Ashdown Forest’ case and the now equally notorious ‘Dutch’ case. Despite these landmark decisions, there…

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IAQM Forum – The Environment Bill and Air Quality Targets

March 24 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Arup London, 13 Fitzroy Street
London, W1T 4BQ United Kingdom
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Event postponedWe are sorry to announce this event has been postponed.The growing situation with the coronavirus disease outbreak (COVID-19) in the UK is presenting unprecedented challenges for individuals, companies and organisations alike. As a responsible organisation, the IAQM's utmost concern is for the safety of its attendees, speakers and staff. We are therefore reviewing each event on a case-by-case basis. If we do need to postpone these events, we will honour the bookings made for those already registered to attend…

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