On National Clean Air Day, WinACC and partners created opportunities for people to learn more about the relationship between clean air and the health of people and the planet, find out what's been done and make their views known. Download the materials here.

Hampshire Climate Action Network workshop on air quality and air monitoring. For people who are active in their community on air quality. 

Programme

10:30 Arrival & refreshments

11.00 Introduction and aims of the day

11.10 Agenda-setting 

11.45 Short presentation followed by discussion on:

On National Clean Air Day, WinACC is working with partners to create opportunities for people to

  • get involved
  • learn more about the relationship between clean air and the health of people and the planet
  • make your views known

This event will include:

Hampshire Climate Action Network met on 10 March 2018. They plan to collaborate on air pollution and influencing the County Council's plans for Hampshire 2050. Other topics were EcoChurch, the Green Growth Strategy and solar power.

Highways England's consultation on changes to the M3 junction 9  closed 19 February. 

After two days of polling at the Winchester Cathedral Harvest weekend on 1 and 2 October, 2017, organised by the Diocesan Envirment Committee, we can now reveal the combined results of five days of pollution polls in one year (October 2016, November 2016, July 2017, Sep 2017, Oct 2017).

Cars must be driven out of cities to tackle the UK’s air pollution crisis, not just replaced with electric vehicles, according to the UK government’s top adviser, Prof. Frank Kelly.

Highlights of Hampshire Climate Action Network 6 May 2017. Next meeting 14 October 9.30-1.00 in Basingstoke.

Burning fossil fuel for transport produces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change and produce air pollution that is directly harmful to health.

Poor air quality in Winchester affects us all. 

WinACC ran our pollution poll at the Hat Fair on Sunday 2 July 2017 to ask people what they want done about air pollution in Winchester. 

More than half of the people voted to restrict vehicle access to the town centre to essential vehicles only (such as disability and delivery) and to create more pedestrian areas. 

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