Thursday, June 20, 2019, marks Clean Air Day – a red letter day for air quality! That’s when people and organisations will come together across Scotland for the annual event to raise awareness of the difference we can all make to the air we breathe. Environmental Protection Scotland is once again coordinating Clean Air Day … [Continue Reading]
Clean Air Day
PLANS are gathering pace for Scotland’s second Clean Air Day with all local authorities throwing their weight behind the event on Thursday, 20th June 2019. Environmental Protection Scotland (EPS), which is coordinating the event, on behalf of the Scottish Government's Cleaner Air for Scotland Strategy (CAFS), working with UK organisers Global Action Plan, has been working closely with the 32 councils in recent weeks.
We are delighted to announce that the Clean Air Day Scotland website has now gone live and the toolkits can be downloaded from https://www.cleanairday.org.uk/scotland
Please click on the above link and input your details to download the toolkits which will contribute to the success of your local Clean Air Day event - whether it’s in a school, the workplace, in a hospital or in your community.
There are plenty of actions we can do to improve air quality and create a healthier environment. Clean Air Day is a chance to learn more about air pollution and to engage with others in order to improve our health.
Will you join Clean Air Day?
Less that three weeks until Clean Air Day and the official launch of the big event took place in George Square by Hyndland Secondary School kids.
PLANS are gathering pace for Scotland’s second Clean Air Day with all local authorities throwing their weight behind the event on Thursday June 21. Environmental Protection Scotland (EPS), which is co-ordinating the event, on behalf of the Scottish Government, working with UK organisers Global Action Plan.
Environmental Protection Scotland is delighted to announce that it will be co-ordinating Clean Air Day 2018. This year’s event takes place on Thursday June 21. EPS will be working with the UK organisers Global Action Plan (GAP) and the Scottish Government to deliver events and activities to encourage people to consider environmentally friendly modes of … [Continue Reading]