Why do we need healthy air?

We often think about the food we eat and how that affects our health, but how often do we consider the impact of the air that we are breathing?

The truth is, the air that a lot of us inhale on the way to work, school and in our neighbourhoods is harming our health, learn more about the healthy air campaign →

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Tell TfL what you think about air quality in London

Tell TfL what you think about air quality in London

Boris Johnson knows that London’s air quality leaves a lot to be desired and that he needs to “do far better”. We couldn’t agree more. The Mayor’s office and Transport for London (TfL) are working on proposals for how they could do this and it seems that they want to just check that those of us that live, work and visit London do actually care about our air quality.

TfL has launched a brief survey to find out your general concerns and what actions you would support to improve air quality in London. Read more →

Our air pollution problems aren’t just going to blow over

Our air pollution problems aren’t just going to blow over

Much of the UK suffered from high air pollution for most of last week, grabbing headlines as never before. The exotic addition of Saharan dust proved convenient for some, who seemed grateful of having something else to blame it on. Read more →

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Kickstart healthier
air in your neighbourhood

The air you breathe in your neighbourhood could be harming your health.
You can take action now, we’ve made a local campaign pack to help you get started →

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Cleaner air for our children

Children are especially vulnerable to the impacts of breathing polluted air, you can help – join our clean air for schools campaign, download the schools pack →

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Healthy Air Campaign,
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274 Richmond Road,
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T. 0203 0305969
marnold@clientearth.org

 

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