Seed funded research into air pollution presented in London

2 June 2018

Felipe Carozzi and Sefi Roth of LSE Geography and Environment presented “Ambient Air Pollution and the Growth of Cities” at the Spatial Economics Research Centre Annual Conference 2018 on 31 May-1 June 2018. The presentation included 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 organised by the London School of Economics Centre for Economic Performance.