Clare Nasir asks: ‘How clean is
your air?’

Campaign ambassador Clare Nasir writes in the Independent about the need for more public information on air quality, and how the issue has affected different generations of her family.

2 Responses to Clare Nasir asks: ‘How clean is your air?’

  1. Dr.S.Prokop says:

    Its kids’ permanent lung damage,asthma, coronary artery damage,brain effects and pregnancy effects.You should commission an overview on these from King’s.
    In the meantime:

    • Maria Arnold says:

      Yes we are lucky enough to have Kings College London as advisors to the Campaign, so we are kept very much up to date on the robust evidence on the health impacts of poor air quality. Thanks for your interest

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