Few words about CAD: Clean Air Day on Thursday June 17 is a national event organised by Global Action Plan (GAP) that aims to raise awareness of how we can tackle air pollution. Environmental Protection Scotland (EPS) is the Scottish co-ordinator. As an organisation, we educate & inform people regarding air pollution while encouraging … [Continue Reading]
CLEAN Air Day is coming back to a place near you – eight months after it was last held! Organisers Global Action Plan (GAP) has announced this year’s event will take place on Thursday, June 17th. EPS has coordinated the event in Scotland since 2018 on behalf of the Scottish Government. On October 8th 2019, … [Continue Reading]
We are holding the first in a series of three webinars exploring the concept of Place – with the first celebrating Clean Air Day on the morning of Thursday, October 8th. Our event will feature three expert speakers who will talk about poor air quality as a contemporary threat to health and wellbeing. Viewed through the … [Continue Reading]
SCOTLAND’S Clean Air Day free resources have gone live – giving supporters and participants plenty of time to organise their air pollution busting activities in time for the big day on Thursday October 8th. There are dozens of online resources from school packs to colourful posters, leaflets and how to tweet or post on social media about your Clean … [Continue Reading]
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Global Action Plan (GAP), the charity who organises Clean Air Day, is announcing that Clean Air Day 2020 will be postponed to Thursday, October 8th. The success of the Clean Air Day campaign relies heavily on multiple organisations and communities coming together to demonstrate the difference we can all … [Continue Reading]
We want to say a big thanks to everyone who participated in Clean Air Day. From Stornoway to Plockton and Moray to Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow to Ayrshire, the national event on Thursday, June 20th raised awareness of how we can all help improve air quality through active travel, public transport, not idling our engines and … [Continue Reading]
A SCHOOLBOY’S artwork showing the world choked by traffic fumes has launched Glasgow City Council’s flagship Clean Air Day event in George Square. Samuel Ribier, aged six, a pupil at St Vincent’s Primary School in Carnwadric, Glasgow, drew ‘Sad World’ to highlight the damage caused by polluting cars to people’s health and the environment. It … [Continue Reading]
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]
Environmental Protection Scotland is delighted after the European Federation of Clean Air and Environmental Protection Associations (EFCA) commissioned an article by Policy and Communications Officer John Bynorth on the successful June 21 event for its latest newsletter. The story means environmental protection and air quality experts from nearly a dozen countries will have read details … [Continue Reading]
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]
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