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The problem

Air pollution will take an estimated seven million lives globally in the next year, while costing the world’s economy nearly 225 billion USD. Two thirds of the cities in the world with adequate air quality data are suffering from dangerous levels of pollution.

Our health matters

Together, we’re going to end the air pollution crisis once and for all. Because no-one should have to worry about what they breathe. We’re calling on politicians to do more to make sustainable transport an option for us all, and we’re pressuring polluting companies to clean up their ways too.

What you can do

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Campaign for Clean Air
#Stopthehaze

Together, we’re building a movement of people campaigning for Clean Air Now. Sign up here and we’ll make sure you’re the first to know about all the ways you can make a difference.

Forest and peat fires are emerging as a global threat and are driving a public health emergency in Southeast Asia. Indonesia is the front line. And it’s here where much of the smoke, known as the Haze Wave, originates. Indonesia’s peat stores a massive amount of carbon – up to 60 billion tonnes, which makes it a virtual carbon bomb if even some of it was released into the air. And that’s not to mention the untold amounts of air pollution to metropolises across the region, including Singapore.

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Together, we’re building a movement of people campaigning for Clean Air Now. Sign up here and we’ll make sure you’re the first to know about all the ways you can make a difference.

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Forest and peat fires are emerging as a global threat and are driving a public health emergency in Southeast Asia. Indonesia is the front line. And it’s here where much of the smoke, known as the Haze Wave, originates. Indonesia’s peat stores a massive amount of carbon – up to 60 billion tonnes, which makes it a virtual carbon bomb if even some of it was released into the air. And that’s not to mention the untold amounts of air pollution to metropolises across the region, including Singapore.

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