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We must prevent a post-COVID 'carmageddon'. Here's how

On Sep 7, 2020
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RT @BvLFoundation: We all need clean air to breathe. Especially children. This International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies @sheilawatson100 and @ImkeVerburg share how we can use #COVID19 learnings to create cleaner, more open & safer streets for children #cleanairforall https://t.co/bFRNlt6fEv https://t.co/Jt23KYud5k
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Opening up and repurposing our streets could lower air pollution and improve the health of millions - especially children. Here's how we might go about it.

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On Sep 7, 2020
@FIAFdn shared
RT @BvLFoundation: We all need clean air to breathe. Especially children. This International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies @sheilawatson100 and @ImkeVerburg share how we can use #COVID19 learnings to create cleaner, more open & safer streets for children #cleanairforall https://t.co/bFRNlt6fEv https://t.co/Jt23KYud5k
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We must prevent a post-COVID 'carmageddon'. Here's how

We must prevent a post-COVID 'carmageddon'. Here's how

Opening up and repurposing our streets could lower air pollution and improve the health of millions - especially children. Here's how we might go about it.

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.

What would a smog-free city look like?

What would a smog-free city look like?

Forget ‘solutions’ such as smog towers, air-filtering buses and pollution-eating paints. We need to prevent the air pollution in the first place

We are what we breathe – marking the first ever day of clean air for blue skies

We are what we breathe – marking the first ever day of clean air for blue skies

EEAS - European External Action Service - European Union External Action

World Car-Free Day on 22 September a great opportunity to reduce air pollution

World Car-Free Day on 22 September a great opportunity to reduce air pollution

Every year on or around 22 September, cities across the globe celebrate World Car-Free Day, encouraging motorists to give up their cars for a day. The event highlights the numerous benefits ...

International Day of Clean Air for blue skies

International Day of Clean Air for blue skies

Improving air quality can enhance climate change mitigation and that climate change mitigation efforts can improve air quality.

How to keep cities pollution-free after virus lockdowns lift

How to keep cities pollution-free after virus lockdowns lift

As authorities across Europe prepare for a stepwise lift of coronavirus lockdown measures, they are facing a make-or-break moment for urban mobility. Yoann Le Petit details four proven ...

A new international day to celebrate clean air – and a sustainable recovery from COVID-19

A new international day to celebrate clean air – and a sustainable recovery from COVID-19

The first ever International Day of Clean Air for blue skies on 7 September 2020 gives us an opportunity to celebrate the importance of clean air – something that is so fundamental to us ...

Air Pollution: Locked Down by COVID-19 but Not Arrested

Air Pollution: Locked Down by COVID-19 but Not Arrested

Improvements in air quality have come at a time of unimaginable human suffering and loss of livelihoods. These improvements will likely dissipate as lockdowns are lifted, and economic ...

Air pollution: Locked down by COVID-19 but not arrested

Air pollution: Locked down by COVID-19 but not arrested

World Bank Lead Economist Urvashi Narain discusses the need for countries to rebuild their economies in a greener way, saving lives and the planet in the process.

Public Health England publishes air pollution evidence review

Public Health England publishes air pollution evidence review

The review aims to create a ‘clean air generation’ of children, and make sure new developments are clean by design.

Now Is Not The Time To Pump The Brakes On Fleet Electrification

Now Is Not The Time To Pump The Brakes On Fleet Electrification

In order to meet their long-term climate commitments as well as near-term policy requirements, fleet operators are continuing to accelerate their investments in electrification, even now.

Now is not the time to pump the brakes on fleet electrification

Now is not the time to pump the brakes on fleet electrification

The coupled economic impacts of the pandemic and global oil crisis are expected to hit passenger electric vehicle sales hard, with a recent Bloomberg analysis predicting an 18% drop in ...

First month of Mayor’s ULEZ sees 74 per cent of vehicles comply

First month of Mayor’s ULEZ sees 74 per cent of vehicles comply

Number of older, more polluting non-compliant vehicles has reduced by 9,400 on an average day.