Brent Council and new coalition group Clean Air for Brent (CAfB) invite you to our high-profile public meeting:
The Air We Breathe: how pollution is affecting us and what we can do about it at Brent Civic Centre, Thursday 6th July, 7-9pm.
Doors open for stalls and refreshments from 6.30pm. Free event - all are welcome.
World-renowned health expert Prof Sir Michael Marmot (view profile), Simon Birkett, Founder and Director of Clean Air in London, Cllr Eleanor Southwood, Cabinet Member for the Environment, Brent Council , and Elliot Treharne, Air Quality Manager, GLA.
Hywel Lloyd of think tank, IPPR, will facilitate an interactive discussion.
It's your chance to question the experts, learn what our authorities are doing locally about air pollution, and what you can do.
Nearly 9,500 people die early each year in London due to long-term exposure to air pollution; in 2016, there were 1,810 road deaths on Great Britain's roads.
Register for a free ticket at http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/
Oh please, are you serious? er no I don't think so. As someone who has suffered problems for years as was diagnosed as COPD from a child, I do not know how I have survived living in Brent for so long. Especially as you now cut down trees in random abandonment. Er and what about the school that Quintain wants to build in the car park of York House. Give me a break you jokers.
Does anyone in Brent Council get what's going on in the High Road with all the new buildings? Pollution is at is optimum there is no escape for the general public. We are being bombarded by pollution from cars, building works, asbestos, cement fumes, heavy goods vehicles transporting waste from building sites and general waste. THERE IS NO ESCAPE. You dont give a good god damn! stop pretending.
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