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Blue-sky thinking: how cities can keep air clean after coronavirus

On Jun 8, 2020
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Many urban dwellers have gazed in awe at their newly clean cities over the last few months. But three – Copenhagen, Oakland and Mexico City – are leading the way in making such transformations permanent. How?

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On Jun 8, 2020
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Cities don't have to return to pre-lockdown pollution levels. Here's how Copenhagen, Oakland and Mexico City are making the transformations pemanent 🚶🏻‍♀️🚲 🚌 https://t.co/YNR6b4yqoq #airpollution #coronavirus #postlockdown
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Blue-sky thinking: how cities can keep air clean after coronavirus

Blue-sky thinking: how cities can keep air clean after coronavirus

Many urban dwellers have gazed in awe at their newly clean cities over the last few months. But three – Copenhagen, Oakland and Mexico City – are leading the way in making such ...

35 CITIES UNITE TO CLEAN THE AIR THEIR CITIZENS BREATHE, PROTECTING THE HEALTH OF MILLIONS

35 CITIES UNITE TO CLEAN THE AIR THEIR CITIZENS BREATHE, PROTECTING THE HEALTH OF MILLIONS

Mayors from London, Paris, Los Angeles, Copenhagen, Delhi, Jakarta, Mexico City and cities around the world commit to a shared vision of meeting World Health Organization Air Quality ...

35 cities unite to clean the air their citizens breathe, protecting the health of millions

35 cities unite to clean the air their citizens breathe, protecting the health of millions

The cities signing the C40 Clean Air Cities Declaration are: Amman, Austin, Bengaluru, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Delhi, Dubai, Durban (eThekwini), Guadalajara, ...

Invisible killer: how one girl's tragic death could change the air pollution story

Invisible killer: how one girl's tragic death could change the air pollution story

In a far-reaching human rights case, Ella Kissi-Debrah could become the first person to have toxic air given as their cause of death – and finally make this silent killer visible

Haagen-Smit Award Recipients

Haagen-Smit Award Recipients

Since 2001, the California Air Resources Board has annually bestowed these distinguished awards upon extraordinary individuals and international leaders to recognize significant career ...

Our Lethal Air

Our Lethal Air

Nearly half a century after the Clean Air Act instituted the world’s most stringent emissions controls, the problem of air pollution is far from being solved in the US or anywhere else. ...

Jakarta’s air quality kills its residents – and it’s getting worse

Jakarta’s air quality kills its residents – and it’s getting worse

Choked up citizens have had enough and are taking the government to court over Jakarta’s chronic smog.

Libelium unites benefits of Smart Cities IoT solutions for air quality monitoring

Libelium unites benefits of Smart Cities IoT solutions for air quality monitoring

More than 500,000 people dead prematurely every year due to poor air quality in Europe. The biggest problem coming from Particulate Matter, nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and ozone (O3). The Common ...

In California’s Fertile Valley, Industry and Agriculture Hang Heavy in the Air

In California’s Fertile Valley, Industry and Agriculture Hang Heavy in the Air

Fated by geography, the San Joaquin Valley's surfeit of cows, cars, crops, and oil produces prodigious air pollution that weighs heavily on public health.

IN MEMORIAM: ‘Do All The Good You Can’ — The Life of Urban Ecology Pioneer Carolyn Konheim

IN MEMORIAM: ‘Do All The Good You Can’ — The Life of Urban Ecology Pioneer Carolyn Konheim

Carolyn Konheim, a leading fighter against Westway and for clean air, died last week at 81.

How air pollution exacerbates Covid-19

How air pollution exacerbates Covid-19

There’s a murky relationship between air pollution and coronavirus, which may mean that tackling air pollution will be a crucial part of easing lockdown.

Air pollution: know your enemy

Air pollution: know your enemy

Sometimes you can’t even see it, but air pollution is everywhere.