Photo Petition: Join Coldplay and say #No2DirtyAir

Air pollution is an invisible killer. There are more than 400,000 early deaths across Europe and 40,000 in the UK every year. In London alone, more than 9,000 early deaths are caused annually from toxic air across the UK capital.

We are honoured that Coldplay are supporting our fight for clean air. In the next few weeks, ClientEarth will bring a wave of legal challenges across Europe. Our environmental lawyers are fighting to achieve safe, clean air for you, your family and everyone you know.

Make air pollution visible – post a selfie

Make your government sit up and take notice – Post a #No2DirtyAir selfie to Twitter, Instagram or Facebook

We need your support too. Sign up to tell Europe’s politicians you demand the right to breathe clean air.

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