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ClientEarth Clean Air panel event

ClientEarth, King’s College London and Little House of Science are hosting a Clean Air Panel Event, where you can find out why London is the UK’s most polluted city, how this is damaging your health, and what you can do to protect yourself and your family.

Join us from 9.45am – 12.00 noon, Thursday 23 March 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR

Speakers will include James Thornton (CEO, ClientEarth) and Professor Frank Kelly (Chair in Environmental Health, Kings College London).

What can you do to protect your loved ones?

At this event, you will hear from ClientEarth’s pioneering lawyers and policy advisers, as well as health and transport professionals, who will explain the problems we all face with dirty air and why we should all be working to tackle pollution for the protection of our children and future generations.

Though particularly focused on the campaign in London, non-residents are also very welcome to attend.

Event Schedule

  • 10.00am Welcome and introduction
  • 10.05am Presentation from Professor Frank Kelly, Chair in Environmental Health, Kings College London.
  • 10.25am Presentation from James Thornton, CEO of ClientEarth.
  • 10.45am Presentation from Simon Alcock/Andrea Lee, Clean Air team at ClientEarth.
  • 10.55am Q&A session.

RSVP for the Clean Air Panel Event

Registration for this event has now closed.
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