Clean Air: Analysis & Solutions news
7 Oct 2020
A decision has been made to cancel the Clean Air Programme winter Intensive Observing Period, previously scheduled for Monday 20 January to Friday 28 February 2021.
Announcement of Opportunity: Preparing for Future Clean Air Challenges: Interdisciplinary research and innovation consortia
23 Jul 2020
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) invites proposals for interdisciplinary research and innovation consortia under the second wave of the Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) Clean Air Programme.
£3 million to support Networks to build interdisciplinary communities to address air quality challenges at the indoor/outdoor interface
22 Jul 2020
UK Research and Innovation has awarded £3 million to support six research networks that will investigate solutions to air pollution.
3 Dec 2019
The SPF Clean Air programme is planning a series of workshops in early 2020 to scope upcoming funding opportunities through the programme.
Announcement of Opportunity: Networks to build interdisciplinary communities to address air quality challenges at the indoor/outdoor interface
24 Oct 2019
UKRI invites proposals for interdisciplinary networks under the second wave of the SPF Clean Air programme, aiming to equip the UK to proactively tackle new and emerging air quality challenges.
14 Aug 2019
The Met Office is inviting applications for the Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) UK Clean Air: Analysis and Solutions programme in a number of areas.
23 Jul 2019
The partners in the Clean Air programme would like to encourage community participation in a co-ordinated UK observing intensive period in 2021. The aim of this early announcement is to facilitate a mobilisation of interested communities of researchers around two pre-defined periods.
20 Dec 2018
UK Research & Innovation is inviting applications for the role of UK Clean Air Champion. The Clean Air: Analysis & Solutions programme is supported through the Strategic Priorities Fund and will be jointly delivered by NERC, ESRC, EPSRC, MRC and Innovate UK on behalf of UKRI, and the Met Office and NPL on behalf of BEIS.