AREC Director Prof Lenny Koh appears live on BBC Breakfast
In the previous months, the UK government announced that it intends to require local councils to reduce the number of speed bumps used in streets within their regions in an effort to reduce harmful carbon emissions. Speed bumps require cars to slow down and speed up quickly which results in very high levels of nitrogen dioxide that are detrimental to the environment. The BBC invited Professor Koh as a recognised expert on environmental sustainability to share her knowledge of the impacts on live television.
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