Jan 15, 2020
Pam Nelson

Clean Air Day 2019 was a big success

Thank you from Clean Air Day

June might feel like a long time ago but we’re so pleased to share the successes of Clean Air Day 2019. Read the full report on the Clean Air Day Website.

250 official supporter organisations and 3,700 participating organisations took part in Clean Air Day last year, #CleanAirDay trended on social media providing 381 million opportunities for people to view and learn about air pollution. 3,800 Clean Air Day toolkits were downloaded. Over 2,000 news and broadcast items carried Clean Air Day stories, and most importantly 400,000 people experienced cleaner air at over 600 events ranging from school street closures and cycle commuting to traffic-free city centres and street parties.

Did your organisation take part? Make sure you share your story with Clean Air Day.

Download the full Clean Air Day 2019 report, and we can’t wait to get planning for Clean Air Day 2020 on 18th June…

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The 2022 #CleanAirDay resources for 16 June are now live! πŸŽ‰

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