Free breakfast to celebrate National Clean Air Day
Raising awareness of air quality issues will be food for thought for University staff and students later this month.
Sustainability staff promoting National Clean Air Day
Encouraging more sustainable travel choices, such as walking, cycling, taking public transport and car-sharing, will also feature as part of the week-long campaign launching on Monday 18 June, as well as highlighting the research and monitoring work happening on campus as part of the Air Quality Living Labs Project.
Staff or students who take a more sustainable form of travel on their commute will be offered a free breakfast on National Clean Air Day itself (Thursday 21 June), between 8.30 and 10am at the Precinct outside the Union. This will be on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last.
Throughout the week, the University is also encouraging people to make a Clean Air Pledge, sharing their commitment with others via Sustainabilitys social media channels with the hashtag #CleanAirLeeds, as part of the wider campaign.
Tweet Sustainability directly @UoL_Sus and dont forget to keep track of the #CleanAirLeeds hashtag to view pledge videos, facts and blogs that will be posted throughout the week, which runs until Friday 22 June.
Posted in: University news