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Prof Jon Fairburn Jun 12
'the least affluent 20% of the population are more than twice as likely to live in high pollution areas compared to the most affluent 20% in society' new report from
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Mums For Lungs 9h
Every school in London exceeds the limits for PM2.5. It’s good to read that three of the leadership hopefuls have pledged to bring in legally binding targets in their first Queen’s speech. More please.
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Giulio Mattioli 10h
57 cities in are over the annual NO2 threshold of 40 μg/m³ Some, like Dortmund, where I live, are even beyond 50 μg/m³
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BetterPoints Ltd 7h
Over 20,000 people were incentivised to travel actively and sustainable in Bologna as part of the Bella Mossa programme, powered by BetterPoints. Read more in our case study:
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Adam Harrison 9h
I am really pleased that has won £1m from to undertake vital work. Main projects include: 🔘 Camden Town Low Emission Neighbourhood 🚲 Camden Cargo Bike Network 🚘 Leading the pan-London anti-engine idling project, with City of London
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Open Harrogate 7h
Did you know: Polluted air from the vehicle exhausts in front of you can get sucked into your car, often staying trapped there, meaning you breathe in the pollution! Walk or cycle instead & your lungs will thank you!
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Adam Harrison 9h
In Camden Town we will carry out trial closures of the high street north of the station We will also bring in new play streets, healthy school streets and consolidate business deliveries
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Future Decisions 4h
Hear us speak at this one-day conference within buildings, communities, and cities on the 23 July 2019, Queen Mary University of London.
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Clark County Air 1h
Replying to @CCAirQuality
2/2: Beyond that, ozone will remain in the MODERATE range today as well. We will continue to monitor for any changes. Go to our Forecast page for more: Our Air Quality Visibility Cameras:
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Lambeth Council 5h
Do you have a question on and ? Fire away! Our sustainability team is taking over our twitter account tomorrow from 10am to 4pm to answer all your questions as part of Lambeth Clean Air Week 2019. Send your questions using
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First Restoration 1h
Don't let that leak ruin your . Let us help you clean up the damage and keep your building safe.
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Clean Air Day Jun 16
4 days to ! 90% of people think their actions can make some difference to . And so do we! You can give your car a day off 🚲 You can go electric 🔌 You can stop idling 🚗 You can choose fragrance free products 🌸 Together we can have a Clean Air Day 🌤️
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PAAP In India 11h
Can't remember when I last found such a pleasing picture! Go breathe 🙂
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BreezoMeter 4h
Public demand for reliable and relevant data is on the rise. Here are seven key trends businesses should follow to keep up with their consumers’ need for personalized information about the air they breathe.
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EP Scotland Jun 13
Songs, dances, picnic tables, BMX pump track and more are waiting for you on 20th June at George Square in . Don`t miss the celebration! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Broward County Environment 4h
Good morning! forecast for - June 17th is good!🍃
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Copernicus EU Jun 8
Saharan dust should bring lovely sunsets and good business for car washers all the way from to Prague, but also PM 2.5 concerns! Atmosphere Monitoring Service PM 2.5 forecast for tomorrow evening as visualised with
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Jen O'Brien 8h
Right now, this seems like an illustration that air pollution is not being taken seriously & borders on development tourism. Massive footprint to install. Would love to hear more about how the installation will actually be used to benefit of health crisis we face.
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Carolyn 8h
The Flow personal air pollution sensor is all set up and ready to come on my travels around Southampton! Excited to use it but nervous to see the results 🤓😬
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Private Hire News 9h
Issue 86 - Emissions Impossible? LPHCA view on a number of key issues for the Private Hire Industry regarding better Air Quality and how we can achieve it: CLICK HERE TO VIEW NOW:
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