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Knowledge Exchange Group (KEG)

The Knowledge Exchange Group (KEG) brings together experts from academia, government agencies, consultancies and third sector organisations to a series of meetings that will act as a sounding board for the SPF projects and their impact pathways. The group will meet four times over the course of the Clean Air Programme.

Meeting 1: Contextualising deliverables and impact pathways

During this first meeting, the recently completed Wave 1 projects presented their key outputs, outcomes and progress, as well as their plans for creating impact from these. Feedback and discussions within the group, highlighted areas for development and key considerations for the Clean Air Champions in terms of how they support researchers to create impact both from individual projects and from across the programme.

Knowledge Exchange Group Project Aims

Actively anticipating the unintended consequences on air quality of future public policies.

SPF Impacts (QUANT)

Quantification of Utility of Atmospheric Network Technologies

UK Air Quality UK Reanalysis

Eleanor Smith, Lucy Neal, Paul Agnew, UK Met Office

APEX – An Air Pollution Exposure Model to integrate Vulnerable Groups into the UK Clean Air Programme

Ben Barratt, Imperial College London

DUKEMS – Developing a UK Emission Modelling System

Mike Hollaway, UK Met Office

A Data Integration Approach to Estimating Personal Exposures to Air Pollution

Gavin Shaddick, Royal Holloway, University of London

A Multi-Model Air Quality System for Health Research

Amy Stidworthy, Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC)

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