Join us for the Clean Air Convergence 2016 on Saturday 12 November at Student Central (formerly Univeristy of London Union - ULU) Malet Street, London Image: James Oliver. (License CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
The Clean Air Convergence is a gathering for people who want clean air - less air pollution and better air quality. You will find people at the convergence who have campaigned in their communities for better air quality, and who want to tell their story. You'll find people who have answers to your questions, and an opportunity to ask questions too.
WHEN: Saturday 12 November 2016 (Starts: 10.30 for 11 am. Ends: 5 pm)
WHERE: Student Central (formerly known at 'ULU - University of London Union'), Malet Street, London. WC1E 7HY. (Map below.)
COST: Free. All welcome. Please bring your own lunch or there are lots of cafes nearby.
POSTER: Please display this A4 format poster (PDF)
- Morning (10.30 for prompt start at) 11 am - 1.00pm
- The Clean Air Monologues - These four minute monologues are people's clean air stories: how they worked for better air quality in their communities. We'd love to hear your experience - contact us for more information or simply turn up and tell your story.
- Question, answers and discussion about the Monologues.
- Afternoon (2 – 5 pm)
- Workshop: How to check air quality in your neighbourhood (‘citizen science’).
- Workshop: Schools and air pollution (provisional) otherwise to be arranged on the day - bring your suggestions and ideas.