Partners and 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 Scottish Government is pleased to support Clean Air Day as part of our efforts to further improve Scotland’s 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.
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors. That’s why Mitsubishi Electric is proud to be involved in Clean Air Day 2023 to help raise awareness of the impact poor indoor air quality can have on mental health and brain health.
Taking action to improve air quality is a key priority to support healthier communities, nature and better environments. Supporting clean air day is just one part of the work we are undertaking to drive forward the ambitious actions in our Clean Air Plan for Wales.
Evyve is developing a growing network of rapid and ultra-rapid EV chargers within the UK and is at the heart of the nation’s activity to decarbonise transportation – helping the UK achieve net zero by 2050.
Chiesi Limited is a B Corp certified biopharmaceutical company with a mission to improve people’s quality of life by acting responsibly towards society and the environment.
Chiesi supports Clean Air Day through the provision of an arms-length grant.
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