Air quality is the largest environmental health risk (UK Clean Air Strategy, 2019).
While air pollution is well analysed and researched, the solution is less certain. Information and tools we use now are falling behind community expectations, putting at risk global efforts to solve Climate Change.
As human society strives to end poor air quality, raise life expectancy, end deaths and reduce a major public health risk, Enjoy The Air educates, engages and enables evidence-based change for the better good.
Clean air, essential to life, health, our environment and economy, will happen if city and industry leaders, major employers, business and communities work together.
Solving air quality, the largest environmental health risk must focus on local consequences and causes. Scaling local solutions lowers risk and increases value.
At last, global leaders see that poor air and poverty are linked. We need to tackle smaller, more diffuse air pollution sources that impact our poorest communities.