Clean Air Day 2019 is grateful for the support of the following Partners who are enabling the campaign to enhance public understanding and action on air pollution.

       

 

 

Airtopia is providing support to enable the campaign to develop public understanding about indoor air pollution.


GSK Consumer Healthcare, through The Clean Breathing Institute, and the charity Global Action Plan are working together to provide vital information and advice on the health impacts of air pollution for families across the UK.


     

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has supported since the first Clean Air Day in 2017 and is pleased to continue to support Clean Air Day in 2019. 

     


ENGIE is providing support to enable the campaign to address air quality issues associated with van traffic through the Clean Van Commitment.


Opinium is supporting the campaign by gathering insights in to public attitudes towards air pollution and the level of public knowledge about air quality matters.

     



The Scottish Government is pleased to support Clean Air Day as part of our efforts to further improve Scotland’s air quality

     


The Welsh Government is pleased to support Clean Air Day as part of our efforts to further improve Wales' air quality.

  

  

  

  

   


Johnson Matthey is a leader in applied science and sustainable technologies, whose vision is for a cleaner, healthier world. We’re partnering with Clean Air Day to help educate the public on the risks of air pollution.

  

  

  

  

To discuss partnership opportunities please contact [email protected].