Seed funded project on air quality presented at workshop

18 June 2018

Felipe Carozzi and Sefi Roth of LSE Geography and Environment presented “Dirty Density: Air Quality and Urban Density of American Cities” at the LSE-NHH Conference on 15-16 June 2018. The presentation includes research from Urban Compactness, Ambient Air Pollution and Health, an LSE Cities’ seed funded project that aims to use statistical geography to estimate and more accurately measure the causal effect of urban compactness on local air pollution concentrations. The event was jointly organised by the London School of Economics and the Norwegian School of Economics.