Clean Air Convergence

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    The Clean Air Convergence is a gathering for people who want clean air – less air pollution and better air quality. It follows an unconference format. 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.

    They’ll be campaigners, experts, makers (making digital electronic monitors) and residents who’ve run citizen science projects to monitor air quality including some from programmes which we’ve supported.

    The unconference format means that you can schedule a workshop or give a presentation. Just turn up, and we’ll add it to the running order. What to bring to the convergence? We have flip charts and a data projector. Please bring anything else you might need including lunch and refreshments. There are several cafes nearby.

    Please contact us if you’ve any questions. Thank-you.

    Saturday 4 July 2015

    Opens 10.30am for an 11 am start. Ends 6 pm.

    Venue: Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS. Directions are here

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    Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS