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Clean Air Now? Caroline Pidgeon Responds

Posted by Caroline Pidgeon — 21 April 2016 at 3:04pm - Comments
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This blog below written by the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Mayor of London, Caroline Pidgeon. It's part of a series of blogs by candidates for London Mayor. We'll also be featuing blogs by Sadiq Khan (Labour), Zac Goldsmith (Conservative) and Sian Berry (Green Party).

London's air quality is one of the worst in Europe. Add your name to the thousands of people demanding clean air now.


Getting real about tackling London’s air pollution

Clean Air Now? Zac Goldsmith Responds

Posted by Zac Goldsmith — 20 April 2016 at 10:55am - Comments
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This blog below written by the Conservative candidate for the Mayor of London, Zac Goldsmith. It's part of a series of blogs by candidates for London Mayor. We'll also be featuing blogs by Sadiq Khan (Labour), Caroline Pidgeon (Liberal Democrat) and Sian Berry (Green Party).

London's air quality is one of the worst in Europe. Add your name to the thousands of people demanding clean air now. 

Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have

Posted by Aakash Naik — 18 April 2016 at 2:54pm - Comments
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It was Winston Churchill who famously said "Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have." We couldn't agree more, that's why we scaled 15 of London's most iconic statues to crystallise the importance of air pollution in the hearts and minds of politicians. 

40,000 lives are cut short by air pollution across the country, but David Cameron has the power to change things. Click here to demand action for clean air now!

Sex, lies and hazardous chemicals

Posted by bex — 8 May 2006 at 7:00am - Comments

A mother carrying a baby wears a shirt reading "stop contamining my baby!"

What business does a chemical company have between your bedroom sheets? Should chemical companies be meddling with the protection of your health? Of course they should have no business in your sex life or personal health, but unfortunately the chemical industry is fighting hard to protect their privilege to make hazardous chemicals with the potential to seriously affect both.

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