Your air pollution stories
Stories written by people like you, about air pollution.
Read stories about people's experiences with air pollution, as well as how we're campaigning for change across the UK.
Your stories about air pollution
Air pollution is making Liverpool more unequal
Dr. Rob Barnett, a GP from Liverpool, tells us about toxic air where he works and how it’s affecting local people’s health.
Toxic air is stealing our children’s futures in the West Midlands
Toxic air is stealing our children’s futures in the West Midlands. Jonathan, a parent of three from South Birmingham tells us why clean air is so important for his family and how you can help.
We’re working with NiQuitin to make air pollution a thing of the past
Harriet from our policy team talks about our new partnership with NiQuitin and our plans to fight for clean air and healthy lungs.
Justice for Ella
Sarah Woolnough, our CEO, discusses the legacy of Ella Kissi-Debrah and the action we need to protect people from toxic air.
Demand ambitious action on toxic air in Greater Manchester
We're demanding ambitious action in Greater Manchester. Sue, from our policy team, explains why and how we need to tackle air pollution. And what you can do to help improve the air quality in Greater Manchester.
It is time we prioritise the lung health of our children
Harriet Edwards, from our policy team, discusses the risk that toxic air poses to children’s health. And how we could change this with bold new clean air laws.
Our MP came to our Breathe Easy virtual meeting
Teresa and the Nottingham West Breathe Easy group chatted to their local MP about how best to support people with lung conditions now shielding has paused. The group is embracing digital and they encourage you to do the same!
We need a clean air healthy recovery
Zak from our policy team explains how COVID has changed our thinking about clean air. And why it’s more important than ever we tackle air pollution by enforcing stronger limits in the Environment Bill.
Tell your story
Do you have a story to tell? It could be about your lung condition, a friend or relative you know who lives with one, or how caring for them impacts your life. We'd love to hear what you've got to say.