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The City of London, along with most of central London, can experience high levels of pollution. There are lots of simple things we can do to improve air quality and look after our own and other people’s health. Clean Air Day is a chance to find out more about air pollution, share information with friends and colleagues, and help make the air cleaner and healthier for everyone.

2018’s Clean Air Day was a great success. On June 21 2018, across the country at least 550 events happened on the day, while some 1,750 broadcast and press items were generated by the campaign. #cleanairday trended on Twitter for eight hours, before and after opinion polls indicated that public understanding of key air pollution issues increased over the period of the campaign, and more people started doing things to cut air pollution.

The City Of London Corporation took part on the day with a series of events to promote the Clean Air Day campaign. This included engaging with City workers enjoying the Guildhall Lunch Market, an interactive assembly with KS2 students at Sir John Cass Primary school, and an evening reception.

The City of London Corporation is looking forward to get involved again in 2019’s Clean Air Day which will be on Thursday 20th June 2019. It is still early days yet but make sure to check back here for further updates on planned events the City will be holding.

Do you want to join others across the UK to make a real impact on air pollution? Find out more about how to get involved on the Clean Air Day's website.

30 May 2017
Last Modified:
05 November 2018