Read the Clean Air Day 2020 celebration report
Last year on 8 October, Clean Air Day saw over 200 events, more than 2,200 individuals, classrooms and organisations tuned into the first ever Clean Air Day Live and more than 270 organisations now consider themselves Clean Air Day supporters.
This report showcases what businesses, schools, community groups, charities, NHS organisations, universities and champions got up to on Clean Air Day 2020 to meet the aims of the campaign to:
1. Improve people’s understanding about air pollution
2. Trigger people to choose clean air positive behaviours
3. Encourage polluters and decision makers to make deeper changes sooner