Alongside our grant making, we run projects that support, amplify and accelerate the clean air movement.
Clean Air Is Everyone’s Business
Clean Air Fund
Poor air quality is a major global challenge, and while no one is immune to it’s impacts, many people may ask “how does air pollution impact me?” This publication outlines why Clean Air is Everyone’s Business.
Joined-Up Action on Air Pollution and Climate Change
Governments are missing some of the best opportunities to tackle climate change because they overlook substantial economic, healthcare and other benefits these policies also offer by reducing air pollution. This report makes the case for joined-up action.
To examine the case for the UK Government to adopt the 2005 WHO target of 10 μg m-3 PM2.5, by highlighting where reductions can be achieved through existing policies and where additional interventions might be required.
This State of Global Air Quality Funding report provides the only global snapshot of projects tackling air pollution by donor governments and philanthropic organisations. It identifies gaps in funding and opportunities for strategic investment and collaboration to deliver clean air for all.
Research project studying health care professionals’ engagement with air pollution in order to build strategies that will encourage this audience to communicate about air pollution and incentivise action.
Using survey results from the UK, India, Bulgaria, Poland and Nigeria, Breathing Space highlights public perceptions of air pollution, the close connections between COVID-19 and dirty air, and calls for governments to tackle them together in recovery plans.
This analysis by CBI Economics calculated the economic benefits of clean air in the UK. The report found that the UK economy could benefit to the tune of £1.6 billion each year if the UK were to achieve the guidelines set by the World Health Organisation for air quality.