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Little Ninja UK Aug 22
Short-term exposure to inhalable (PM10 & PM2.5) emitted from fires or vehicle exhausts, is directly linked to increases in total deaths. Do you spend time near exhaust pipes of vehicles or have a neighbour?๐Ÿ˜ท
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Haringey 14h
Read this letter calling on the government to support tougher action against ๐Ÿ‘‡ We are committed to improving and in March we declared a . More on that here:
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Little Ninja UK 15h
The highest levels of are at ground level by the roadside next to traffic. When you see children & babies in buggies waiting at kerbside bus shelters on busy roads, please understand they are being slowly poisoned. What can we do about it? ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿพ
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Little Ninja UK Aug 16
Emphysema is considered a smoker's disease but it turns out exposure to may lead to the same changes in the lung. Whilst we take the softly-softly approach to outside schools, children turn into old men gasping for breath.
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vicswift Aug 22
Replying to @vicswift
Over 20 mins of now. Why should the comfort and convenience for your engineer trump the health and wellbeing of all the people living, working and walking in the vicinity of his vehicle?
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vicswift Aug 22
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Little Ninja UK Aug 15
Vehicle idling in the news again this week so a good time to see if 500 buses a day are still next to that school playground? Off course they are! TfL have no intention of moving the bus stop to protect 400 young children from stunted lung & brain growth.
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Dr. Henrietta Rooney Aug 20
Simultaneously and in the city today can you have words with your driver?
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Little Ninja UK Aug 15
Only four motorists have been penalised for their engines in Scotland in the past five years despite growing concerns about the effects of vehicle pollution.
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Conchita Navarro 4h
and lots of outside schools. Everyday, everywhere...basically nothings changed since my son left school over a decade ago. don't wait for Gov to take action, be BOLD and make us the first zero idling outside schools borough ๐Ÿฅฐ
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vicswift Aug 22
Replying to @thameswater
He is still here on Warren St, W1.
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Matt Smith ๐Ÿš—๐Ÿ”Œ Aug 20
On engine idling when stopped - it costs about 7.5 pence a minute. If that was the cost of a phone call, would you still make it?
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Self Inflicted ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ Aug 18
I never knew was a thing, let alone a crime but seriously, how fucking sad have u gotta be to grass people up for leaving their engines running? Get a life!
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Little Ninja UK Aug 19
โ€œSo what about the idea of turning spy, filming someone [] dobbing them in and then getting a share of the fine?โ€
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Little Ninja UK Aug 19
An enjoyable and hopefully informative interview about & . Great questions posed by Malcolm Boyden . You can listen to the full interview here:
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Carol McDonald Aug 21
Replying to @airqualitynews
Very worrying. We must get stricter laws to help protect our especially within the
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vicswift Aug 22
Replying to @virginmedia
No. You do not *need* my details. Please stop in our streets.
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John McArdle, Esq. Aug 19
The new uniform for anti citizen enforcement has been announced
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Lambeth Council Aug 19
We organise regular anti-idling events to tackle unnecessary . During the event, we deliver a workshop on air pollution and we go on a walk and encourage vehicles to switch off. Email sustainability@lambeth.gov.uk to find out more.
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Matt Browning Aug 20
Looking forward to the next anti-idling event organised by the team! Find out more, and get involved in the fight for ๐Ÿ’จ
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