International Day of Clean Air
You may have missed the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies but the First International Day for Clean Air calls for decisive global action to beat air pollution
With extreme air pollution events on the rise, global efforts to reduce pollution and its effects received an advocacy boost when, for the first time ever, the world marked the International Day of Clean Air for blue skies on 7 September.
Even though we enjoy relatively clean air in Australia, we need to be aware of what is happening in our world. Air pollution affects human, animal and planetary health, and WHO estimates that there are 7 million people dying prematurely from diseases caused by air pollution.
Armcor Air Solutions focuses on providing Fresh Air Indoors.
Together with lower polluted outdoor air and clean indoor air our health and wellbeing will be greatly enhanced.
Enjoy reviewing how the different countries are participating in the Clean Air Movement.