This event has unfortunately been cancelled
This event is part of the British Academy's season on Sustainable Futures
Air pollution prematurely kills seven million people every year. In Choked Beth Gardiner travels the world to expose the political decisions and economic forces that keep so many of us breathing dirty air. Closer to home, she looks at the catastrophic enforcement failures that have allowed carmakers - more than four years after the Volkswagen emissions scandal came to light - to continue ignoring pollution limits, and left Britons and other Europeans in a fog of diesel fumes. At a time when it’s never been more important to understand one of the world’s most urgent health threats, we ask Beth to share her findings and vision for a healthier future, from a book The Guardian ranked as one of 2019’s best.
Speaker: Beth Gardiner, Environmental Journalist and Author
Chair: Adam Vaughan, Chief Reporter, New Scientist
Live subtitling, provided by Stagetext, will take place at this event
£5, £3 concessions
The concession rate applies to: unwaged / retired / students / disabled / stagetext attendees. Free entrance is offered to companions or carers of disabled visitors.