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Lincolnshire Clean Air Project

The Lincolnshire Clean Air Project has been developed by Lincolnshire County Council in association with the seven district councils. This DEFRA funded project aims to provide information to the public on the links between poor air quality and health and provide a guide to how we can all help reduce air pollution.

Public Health England have reported that poor air quality is the largest environmental risk to public health in the UK and can cause spikes in cardiovascular and respiratory conditions, particularly in the young or vulnerable. Clean Air Lincolnshire will raise awareness of these issues and encourage action for cleaner air across the county.

There has also been school based projects as part of the wider scheme across the county to help raise awareness of the issues of poor air quality with future generations. More information can be found here at the Clean Air Lincolnshire website.