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Clean Air Day 2024

  • Health and how we learn and grow
  • Health and how we work
  • Health and our community
  • Health and our environment
  • Health and the money in our pockets
  • Health and where we live

Clean Air Day (20 June) is brought to you by Global Action Plan, in partnership with Health Equals.   

Cars and vans are the biggest source of toxic chemicals in our air, according to official data. This Clean Air Day, we are urging the public to use their voices to call on the next government to: 

  • make walking, wheeling, and cycling safer.  
  • ensure that everyone can access reliable, affordable, and efficient public transport. 

You can get involved by signing Global Action Plan’s petition, and learning more about how air pollution harms our health and the planet by visiting the Clean Air Hub. 

Sign now for clean air. 

Concerningly, there are around 6.7 million children living in areas of the UK where air pollution has breached legal limits. But we know that change is possible, which is why we are proud to be working in partnership with Global Action Plan to deliver Clean Air Day and call on politicians to act now to clean up our air and stop lives from being cut short.” – Paul McDonald, Health Equals Chief Campaigns Officer. Read the press release.

  • What is Clean Air Day?

    Clean Air Day was launched by Global Action Plan in 2017 and has since grown into the UK’s largest air pollution campaign, supported by councils, campaigners, and organisations that want to improve public understanding of the issue of air pollution and inspire action.

  • I have a question about the campaign. How can I get in touch?

    If you have any questions, you can contact Global Action Plan.

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