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There are lots of resources and groups that can help you take action to improve air quality. We're bringing them all together in one place so you fan find the right actions for you.

 

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Clean Air Day

 

Clean Air Day is the UK's largest air pollution campaign, engaging thousands of people at hundreds of events, and reaching millions more through the media. Clean Air Day normally takes place on the third Thursday in June. This year, due to COVID-19, Clean Air Day is taking place on 8 October 2020. The Clean Air Day pages contain loads of resources to help you run your own clean air events, including anti-idling toolkits, school lesson plans, posters, leaflets and much more

 

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Air Pollution Calculator

 

Our air pollution crisis is solvable. Use our Personal Air Pollution Calculator to work out your individual contribution to air pollution in the UK, and find out what you can do to reduce emissions and protect your health.

 

Build Back Cleaner Air

 

The Build Back Cleaner Air report, based on primary social research and secondary scientific data over the lockdown period, presents evidence for government, local authorities, and campaigners to build back cleaner air more urgently than ever.

 

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The Clean Van Commitment

 

Global Action Plan and its partners are asking van fleet operators and individual van owners to sign up to the Clean Van Commitment – a public pledge to move to zero emission vans in cities by 2028.

 

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The Clean Air Hospital Framework

 

Air pollution is a health issue, but it's also a health opportunity. The Clean Air Hospital Framework is a guidance document to help hospitals take charge of air pollution and bring about clean air for their patients, visitors and staff.