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Clean up our air to look after your mind this #CleanAirDay 15 June 2023

We’re supporting Clean Air Day,  a campaign delivered across the UK and can’t wait to see what #TeamModeshift get up to marking the day.

Have you made a pledge to cut down the #airpollution you create this #CleanAirDay? Get involved: and tag @cleanairdayuk on twitter

Cleaning up our air is good for us in many ways: it not only benefits our physical health and the environment but can also protect our mental and brain health. The physical health impacts of air pollution – such as asthma, heart disease and cancers – have been recognised for decades. More recently, researchers are beginning to understand how air pollution can affect the brain and the mind.

There are a range of resources for all Clean Air Day supporters – from local authorities, schools, health professionals, campaign and community groups and individuals. Alongside the resources, you will find specific Clean Air Day packs for Welsh and Scottish supporters. The Clean Air Day Scotland campaign is delivered in partnership with Environmental Protection Scotland.

This year’s Clean Air Day will support the public to:

  • Learn: find out more about how air pollution impacts our mental, physical and planet’s health.
  • Act: walk, wheel or use public transport to reduce your exposure and contribution to air pollution. If you drive, try leaving the car behind on Clean Air Day and one day every week.
  • Ask: get in touch with your local councillor to ask them to support clean air measures that make it easier for you to breathe clean air

Learn more about Clean Air Day at

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