The unhealthy Victorian environment is often considered solely within a context of overcrowded towns and cities, poor sanitation and the Great Stink of London in the summer of 1858, with reforms ascribed to individuals like Edwin Chadwick, John Snow and Joseph Bazalgette. However, the growing interest in environments enabled the sanitary focus to expand to include air quality, both internal and external, although associated reforms were more complicated.
|Number of pages||4|
|Specialist publication||Modern History Review|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2021|
- air quality