Clean air in cities

With over 75% of European citizens expected to live in cities by the year 2050, the quality of air within urban areas is vitally important to the health and wellbeing of the majority of the people living in the EU.
From the coal or wood that we use to fuel our heating systems, to the cars we drive to get to work, the lifestyles we lead can contribute to poor air quality within cities.
The European Union supports a vast number of schemes to keep air in urban environments clean and safe.
However, as citizens, we too can make a difference.
Our urban areas have a wide variety of green transport options ranging from buses to bicycles. Why not switch to clean mobility and help improve the quality of air in your city?
Produced by: TV Link Europe
Language: English
Region: Europe

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