Air pollution is bad for our health and the environment, and we need to take steps to alleviate it. In the UK, it’s estimated that 36,000 early deaths a year can be linked to air pollution exposure.
Idling vehicles - when an engine is left running while parked, stationary, or when waiting at junctions or traffic lights - contributes to our toxic air.
Idling is often a problem outside schools, hospitals and near bus stops, so why not work together with your neighbours to improve air quality for everyone who lives, works or studies nearby? It might just make a difference.
Download our toolkit to find out how you can take action in your area to put an end to idling vehicles. Our guide runs you through all the steps you’ll need to run your own campaign or anti-idling day of action.
If you plan to use our toolkit and run an anti-idling campaign or day of action in your area let us know. We will then get in touch to discuss how we can support you.
The amount of air pollution caused by road traffic
Investing in and prioritising walking and cycling can be part of the solution – and you can help us call for change by making a donation.
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