ClientEarth’s legal case on air quality

ClientEarth’s Legal Case ClientEarth, a member of the Healthy Air Campaign, has taken the UK Government to court over the country’s illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide, a harmful pollutant that mainly comes from diesel vehicles. Here, we look at the legal case and what it could mean for the air we breathe in the UK. Read more →

Contacting your MP

Writing to your MP If you are campaigning on air pollution, locally or nationally, you should consider contacting your MP. Here are a few things to remember when contacting your MP. The best way to contact your MP is to write them a letter or send them an email. To find out who your MP Read more →

Which transport option is the healthiest? – Video

Which transport option is the healthiest? – Video

Transport is the main contributor to air pollution in our cities, and how we move around in them can have huge consequences for how much air pollution we are exposed to. The Healthy Air Campaign teamed up with King’s College London, Read more →

Guide to European legal actions for clean air

Guide to European legal actions for clean air

The European Clean Air campaign has produced an online resource for citizens, NGOs, local authorities, policy and decision makers to access information about legal actions on air pollution across Europe. You will find current proceedings against other European member states, completed or ongoing legal cases in connection with violations to the Air Quality Directive, and current developments related to the air pollution control measures. Read more →

Retrofit guidance

Retrofit guidance

This guide provides basic information on the reduction of particulate matter emissions from diesel vehicles and equipment (‘retrofit exhaust abatement’). It sets out why operators of diesel vehicles and equipment may want to reduce particulate emissions Read more →

Local air quality management consultation

Local air quality management consultation

We are asking as many people as possible to object to government’s proposals which would remove the need for local authorities to monitor air quality and declare areas where it is a problem. We’ve set out why we’re worried and what you can do here [link] but if you want more detail on the background Read more →

Consultation response: Local Air Quality Management in England: review

We write on behalf of the Healthy Air Campaign in response to the above consultation. The Healthy Air Campaign is a broad coalition of organisations which support the need for urgent action to improve air quality. Read more →

Older resources

Download the Primary Education Packdownload_iii

(It includes instructions on how schools can send in their own stories, so they can be shared with other schools on our blog. Together we can learn how to make our air healthy!)

Read more about children’s health and air pollution here →

Download our local campaigns guidedownload_iii

Simple steps you can take to see if air pollution is a problem where you live and if it is, how you can tackle it.

Whether you’ve got two minutes to send an email or the time to run your own Healthy Air event, there’s advice on how to campaign for healthier air where you live.

Together we can make Healthy Air!

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