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Clean Air Day Pecha Kucha at Tate Modern

Working with member businesses to raise awareness of air quality issues in and around homes, schools and workplaces
Amandeep Kellay
Sustainable Travel Manager

According to our 2018 survey, 85% of business owners believe that improving air quality is a top priority. Our aim to bring #BetterAir to those living, working, and visiting Bankside will benefit all.

Air pollution is not just visible fumes, but harmful particles which pose health threats, many of which are unknown or undetectable at present. In June 2019, Better Bankside and Tate Modern facilitated a lunchtime of informative insights into air quality in the area, how the offending particles behave in our streets and buildings and what businesses in the area can do.

Speakers came from Bankside organisations including Allies and Morrison, Eight Associates, MP Smarter Travel, Tate and T P Bennett. Please see the slides used in the event attached to this page.

  • Air Quality Context - Nathan Shelley (Eight Associates)
  • Bankside Air Quality History - Jane Manning (Allies and Morrison)
  • Air Quality in Homes - Chris Webb (T P Bennett)
  • Air Quality in the Workplace - Ciaran Garrick (Allies and Morrison)
  • Air Quality in Schools in Brent - Oli (MP Smarter Travel)
  • Tate Modern Impact - Bella Sereno Tate
  • Better Bankside reducing local air pollution – Amandeep Kellay (Better Bankside)

Special thanks to Allies and Morrison, Eight Associates, Global Action Plan, MP Smarter Travel, Tate, T P Bennett for presenting on the day.


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Created Jun 21 2019