Tackling indoor and outdoor air pollution for a healthier future
The Clean Air Programme is proactively tackling the air quality challenges facing us all today
We bring together leading researchers from across a wide range of specialisms, spanning the physical, social and life sciences to the atmospheric sciences, arts and humanities. By working together, we can better predict and understand exposure to air pollution and its effects on our health, including the impacts on vulnerable groups such as children and older people.
Our community of engaged researchers and scientists enable the UK to address these challenges and effect change where it is needed, whether through policy, behavioural change, or legislation. Our work also helps industry respond to the need for new technologies to limit emissions and exposure to air pollutants, thus reducing the associated health risks and supporting cleaner growth. Read about our vision, mission and values here.
Indoor air pollution and the health of children and young people
Professor Sir Stephen Holgate talks about the growing health issues associated with indoor air quality
Will air pollution from wood burning increase due to rising costs this winter?
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Great Ormond St Children’s Hospital takes air pollution monitoring to the next level – empowering clinicians to inform and support their patients on the associated health risks. To read more, click here.
Kenyan farms benefit from Clean Gas Engine technologies, turning cow muck into energy to power farm machinery, lighting and IT equipment. To read more, click here.
Wave 2 Announcement
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The Clean Air programme is jointly delivered by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the Met Office, with others.