Other organisations

Find out here what the BBC thinks of pollution in your postcode. Or from Address Pollution

Here is some advice from the police on keeping your bike safe when you are out and about.

Information on Brent Council’s action tackling pollution can be found here. You can read their Parking and Electric Vehicle Charging Report  or download their Anti-idling toolkit

Read Brent Council’s Air Quality Action Plan. CAfB responded: CAfB press release 16 JANUARY 2018 and CAfB’s responses got a mention here

Brent Greens are concerned about air pollution and whether Brent Council’s Climate Emergency was a PR stunt.

Brent Cycling Campaign campaigns for better cycling conditions in Brent, and to help more people to cycle in Brent.

Chatham House event on Air Pollution in relation to London Global Cancer Week, outlines the evidence linking air pollution and cancer rates in London and other major cities.

See this handy map for info on London’s tree cover and pollution.

Local resident Humphrey Milles is leading the People vs Air Pollution Campaignhas made two very accessible and impactful short films on air pollution, researched with the help of experts at Kings College London environmental health dept, and with all info and evidence verified by Chief Govt Advisor Prof Frank Kelly. They can be found here and he is very happy for them to be circulated to anyone who would appreciate and learn from them:

London Air and Clean Air in London both have lots of information on pollution in the capital.

Air Quality Matters also has information on pollution monitoring in various parts of London, including Brent.

Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking, has published a report with recommendations on ending the school run Swap the School Run for a School Walk

London Sustainability Exchange  Air Quality from this charity working towards sustainability

News on the Mayor’s air quality audit here.

Join the Clean Air Parents Network and see their Facebook page

Brent Council published its Air Quality Action Plan. CAfB responded: CAfB press release 16 JANUARY 2018 and CAfB’s responses got a mention here

Cycletastic is a local volunteer-led community bike project in Streatley Road Kilburn, selling second hand bikes; giving bike training advice and helping people keep their bikes running smoothly. It’s also a bike fixing tool resource and each week they put if they are open (Saturdays only and not in the winter) or not on the facebook page.

Air Quality News is a website/media tool linking local authorities, the motor industry and air quality campaigners. It is coordinating an initiative for a car-free day in London. You can subscribe to their newsletter here.

Divest Brent campaigns for the Council to divest their Pension Fund from fossil fuel investments (and invest positively in sustainable investments instead)   Find out more about them here:  Divest Brent and watch this short film.

The New Economics Foundation are campaigning for clean air.

The joint inquiry into air quality started on 23rd November 2017 with the Mayor of London questioned on air quality here. 150 responses were published including CAfB’s.

The Lancet Commission on pollution and health from October 2017 can be read here.

Ark Franklin Academy on Chamberlayne has been selected to partake in the Mayor’s Air Quality Audit initiative. CAfB supported the Academy’s bid. Brent’s new Air Quality Monitoring Station at Ark Franklin Academy is now live! See results here.

Executive Summary of the Mayor’s Draft Environment Strategy

Four government committees have launched a joint inquiry on air quality More Here

The Mayor of London has released new research and a map showing every area of London which exceeds recommended guidelines for PM2.5, and that 7.9 million Londoners (95%) live in areas exceeding World Health Organization air quality guidelines by at least 50 per cent. More here.

The Mayor is calling on car manufacturers to contribute to an Air Quality Fund to support measures to tackle air pollution. More here.

Updated Analysis of Air Pollution in London, February 2017

Navin Shah, London Assembly member on Brent Schools in Mayor of London’s Air Quality Audit here

Mayor’s Transport Strategy Consultation on pollution

London Environment Strategy Consultation

Brent Council Air Quality  See what our council says on pollution

MP Tulip Siddiq on Lobbying for a Clean Air Bill

Stop Killing Londoners is an action group who organise road blocks and discos to protest air pollution. Their Facebook page has details of their events.

Lethal and illegal: London’s air pollution crisis IPPR report, 2nd November 2016

Global Action Plan – Clean Air Day  15 June 2017