Improving air quality in the City of London
The City of London has been working with City businesses to develop a list of simple, effective actions that can be taken by companies to help improve air quality in the Square Mile.
We are asking all businesses to take small steps to reduce emissions of pollutants associated with buildings and transport. This could be the transport choice of employees, emissions associated with deliveries or with heating and cooling buildings. It all contributes to poor air quality.
Please take time to read the summary document below and see if you can reduce your emissions. If you feel you can help, the best practice document has more extensive guidance, complete with case studies and advice.
Most importantly get involved: apply to use the CityAir logo at email@example.com when you're ready to take action.
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Guidance and case studies
A range of documentation is available to download. It covers all elements of the CityAir campaign:
The summary sheet lists the actions that your company can take to place air quality on the agenda and help reduce emissions of pollutants. For additional information on each action, refer to the best practice guide.
Download the summary document here (361kb)
Detailed best practice documents
The Best Practice document provides further insight into air quality and puts actions that we can take to improve air quality in context. They have been developed through extensive consultation and with the kind support of a number of key partners.
Download the best practice document here (2640kb)
Download the building engineer toolkit (752kb)
Download the retail and service sector guidance (876kb)
Download the procurement guidance (776kb)