- Start date: 1 September 2020
- End date: 31 August 2023
- Funder: NERC
- Primary investigator: Dr Karl Ropkins
- External primary investigator: Dr Suzanne Bartington (University of Birmingham)
- External co-investigators: Dr James Levine (University of Birmingham), Kayla Schulte (University of Birmingham), Dr Huw Davies (University of Coventry), Professor Nigel Gilbert (University of Surrey), Dr Ian Hamilton (University College London), Dr Stuart Hillmansen (University of Birmingham), Charlotte Landeg-Cox (University of Ulster), Dr Felix Leach (University of Oxford), Professor Martin Mayfield (University of Sheffield), Professor Francis Pope (University of Birmingham), Professor Sam Akehurst (University of Bath), Professor William Bloss (University of Birmingham)
The TRANSITION Clean Air Network is a University of Birmingham-led collaboration funded as part of NERC's UK Research & Innovation Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) Clean Air Programme.
The Programme aims to bring together the UK’s world-class research base and support high-quality, interdisciplinary research and innovation to develop practical solutions for today’s air quality issues and equip the UK to proactively tackle future air quality. The TRANSITION Clean Air Network, which is one of several initiatives set up within the Programme, is focused on air quality and health impacts associated with the transport sector.
TRANSITION Clean Air Network team and project partners work on a broad and diverse range of activities including:
Challenges and Solutions workshops
Discovery and Innovation studies
Mobilisation and Exchange placements
Public Outreach Activities
Provide input to other interdisciplinary networks and Clean Air activities across the SPF Programme.
Funded work, as part of this collaboration: transition-air.org.uk/research
Publications and outputs
Early outputs include: transition-air.org.uk/publications/launch-report-dec2020
University of Leeds Subcontract, as part of NE/V002449/1