Woodburning and Air Quality in the UK

This week marks the 70th anniversary of the Great Smog, a pollution event that engulfed London in a thick ‘pea-soup’ cloud of noxious gases. The pollution event was caused by calm, cold conditions coupled with the burning of coal and other solid fuels. Early estimates reported that more than 4,000 people died; however, recent researchContinue reading “Woodburning and Air Quality in the UK”