It might seem like people are only just starting to see air quality as a problem. In fact, it has been an issue for us ever since humans first discovered fire. We’ve come a long way since the smogs of the industrial revolution, but the UK’s level of air pollution still does not meet EU limits.
Global Action Plan focuses on improving urban air quality and therefore public health. Our programmes in London are helping some of the worst affected boroughs such as Tower Hamlets, Newham, Waltham Forest and the City of London. We work with drivers, residents, trained clinicians and local businesses to both reduce their emissions and their exposure to air pollution.
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National Clean Air Day is taking place on 15 June 2017. Website coming on 6 April.Read more
Tackling air pollution with five interventions to make East London healthier.Read more
Cleaner Air Action Fortnight was an exciting new Cross River Partnership initiative to drive down air pollution in hotspots across five Central London boroughs.Read more
A pioneering air quality employee engagement campaign to help staff reduce their exposure to air pollution.Read more
Improving air quality in East London by getting hospital fleet drivers to change their driving habits.Read more
Our Air Quality programmes empower people to take action against air pollution; either by empowering drivers to cut emissions and improve the air we breathe, or empowering communities to protect themselves from air pollution.Read more
Mobilising drivers on the streets of London to turn off their engines, stop idling and cut harmful emissions.Read more
Helping Doctors and nurses at Barts Health NHS Trust to give vulnerable patients advice on how to stay warm.Read more