Clean Air Day Partners & Supporters
Clean Air Day happens thanks to the help of our partners, and the hard work of our network of supporters.
Clean Air Day is grateful for the support of the following Partners who are enabling the campaign to enhance public understanding and action on air pollution
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 2020 as part of our commitment to making our air healthier to breathe, protecting the nation’s health and the environment.
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
Opinium is supporting the campaign by gathering insights into public attitudes towards air pollution and the level of public knowledge about air quality matters.
Mitsubishi Electric is delighted to be joining Clean Air Day to help raise awareness of the impact indoor air quality can have on people’s wellbeing, as well as looking at outdoor air quality. We also want to help improve people’s understanding of air pollution whilst building awareness around how air pollution affects our health.
Clean Air Day is grateful for the support of the following Affiliate Partners who provide valuable support to the campaign for clean air.
As a leading energy & services company, we have a strong commitment to making zero carbon happen for UK businesses & communities. We recognise the role we have to play in improving air quality through our investment in clean energy solutions, green mobility, transformation of our fleet & the engagement of our employees.
Clean Air Day is the brainchild of dozens of smart people who care about protecting the health of the public. If your organisation is interested in becoming a supporter, email [email protected]
Here are the Supporters that breathe life into Clean Air Day.