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Air pollution rises in Oxford for the first time since 2011

first_imgCouncillor Tom Hayes, the Deputy leader and Cabinet Member for Green Transport and Zero Carbon Oxford, said to Cherwell: “Unlike the smog from industrial chimneys and cigarette smoke, you can’t see the air pollution caused by fossil fuel vehicles. However, we can see the evidence of its impact in the ill health of residents exposed to polluted air. The poorest and most vulnerable are disproportionately affected by air pollution, and the Labour-led City Council is unwilling to accept that injustice. In all three months, the city experienced unusually cold weather. Combined with high pressure, this created stable atmospheric conditions that made it harder for pollutants to disperse. Across the 64 sites where NO2 was measured in both 2018 and 2019, 70% showed an increase in the levels of the toxic gas. Only 16% measured levels similar to the previous year and 9% had reduced levels of the gas. Between 2018 and 2019, 71 air pollution monitoring locations reported that levels of toxic Nitrogen Dioxide gas (NO2) have increased by an average of 7.9%. For comparison, the increase was 6.9% in 2011. The report suggests that a “plateauing” of pollution levels, seen in recent years, would have continued were it not for extreme weather conditions in February, April and November of 2019. “But for the three months of extreme weather conditions last year, we would have seen a continued plateauing of air quality levels. We’ve made progress in our efforts to achieve better air quality and a high quality of life with our Bus Low Emission Zone and other measures in recent years, but we need to take an even bigger leap forward with our Zero Emission Zone to restrict polluting vehicles in the city centre, temporary bus gates, and Connecting Oxford proposals to reduce car use.” Image credit to Tejvan Pettinger. The lack of any significant increase in traffic and the fact that the increased pollution was measured across the whole of the city was deemed to rule out other possible explanations. Oxford has seen its first increase in air pollution levels since 2011, according to a report published by Oxford City Council. The report attributes extreme weather as the reason for the rise. Hayes also asked for action from university students: “Reducing the numbers of vehicles on our roads (particularly those which are fossil fuel vehicles) and creating segregated cycle routes will be challenging and may be met with opposition. This City Council needs the support of student citizens of the city, so I encourage all who care about cleaner air, action to tackle climate breakdown, and social and economic justice, to be vocal with their Colleges and the University itself, calling on both to vocally and fully support the Council. I would also urge students to be vocal in contacting their city and county councillors directly and sharing support on social media That way we can see the full weight of support for action and help to truly achieve the cleanest possible air and climate for Oxford.”last_img read more

Martin Keown sends transfer message to Mikel Arteta after Shkodran Mustafi howler

first_imgMartin Keown sends transfer message to Mikel Arteta after Shkodran Mustafi howler Advertisement Advertisement David Luiz was sent off (Picture: Copa/Getty Images)‘Honestly he’s an accident waiting to happen. He listens far too much to the criticism that is around him.‘We’ll see how good a manager he [Arteta] is now, he’s got to go into the transfer market to get a top centre-half to come to this football club, quickly.’Manchester United legend Ferdinand added: ”When’s the last time they bought a good centre-half who’s consistent? [Laurent] Koscielny was the last one and then he finished on bad injuries and lots of inconsistencies. They don’t get that right, for years it’s consistent.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘I actually feel sorry for Arteta that he has to keep picking Mustafi. I don’t ever see a good performance in him. He makes mistake after mistake, there’s nothing new in his performance that gives me any comfort or I can sit there with any confidence. I feel sorry there’s no one else behind him in the youth team who looks half good enough to get in there and put a solid display on. That’s the killer for me.Cole continued: ‘I feel for Arteta, you feel he wants to put a team out that’s organised, that playing out in possession but if you’ve got David Luiz and Mustafi playing at centre-half, making mistakes like they do… you can’t win games.‘This has been going on far too long at Arsenal where they’ve had centre-half after centre-half after centre-half year after year after year, constantly making mistakes. It’s been 10 years.’Should Arsenal sign a new centre-back in January?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Mustafi was at fault again (Picture: PA)Shkodran Mustafi had another moment to forget as his criminal error played a huge role in Arsenal falling behind to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.His attempted backpass was scuffed and Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham latched onto it, skipped round Bernd Leno before being pulled down by David Luiz to earn a penalty, with the Brazilian then sent off.To make matters worse, Jorginho slotted the penalty home in cool fashion, leaving Arsenal a goal and a man down away from home.It’s far from his first disastrous moment in an Arsenal shirt and he was heavily criticised by Martin Keown, Rio Ferdinand and Joe Cole at half-time, with Keown calling on Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to buy a new centre-half as soon as possible.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We talked about Mustafi before the game. He did an interview recently saying it’s hard work as a central defender, I head it, I kick it and everyone talks about my mistakes and there’s another one there,’ Keown told BT Sport.‘I sense there’s a fear in this player, you can smell it when he gets the ball, when he defends… in this moment he thinks “I’m going to make a mistake” and he makes it. You’ve got to put everything out of your mind.‘David Luiz isn’t great there either but I sympathise with David Luiz he’s been put in trouble by Mustafi. Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 21 Jan 2020 9:20 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.6kShareslast_img read more