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Newsletter: How we broke records with Clean Air Day and Generation Z sets high standards for business - September news

How was your summer? It's been a while since we've been in touch, but I can assure you we've been busy at Global Action Plan HQ.

A not insignificant amount of our time has been taken up with the Clean Air Day air pollution campaign, and now we've got a brand new report that catalogues the amazing impact we've had this year, thanks to our Supporters and Partners. Check out our latest news, below. I'll be back in touch soon, but bye for now.

Dominic and the  Global Action Plan team



Clean Air Day 2018 - the reckoning


At least 550 events, 2,000 organisations and thousands of individuals made 2018's Clean Air Day campaign a barnstorming success. We've a long way to go in tackling air pollution, but for now enjoy what we've achieved this year.


Clean Air Day Report

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A case for corporate responsibility


Young people prefer to buy from, and work for, companies with good environmental and social records, according to our latest research. The findings were launched this week at a gathering of young people and  business leaders.    


Read the full story

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Business & Climate Summit - last call


What are the opportunities and risks to business from climate change? Find out how sustainability experts from BT, Standard Chartered, Skanska and more are approaching the issue at next week's London climate summit on 1 October. Book now.


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