Clean Air Network




Southampton’s Labour run council are continuing to take bold and exciting steps to combat air pollution, as they work hard to build a more environmentally friendly city of the future.

This time it was the turn of Councillor Christopher Hammond to shine. Christopher is the Labour cabinet member for Sustainable Living and has been working hard with other key partners across the city to launch Southampton’s Clear Air Network, at an exciting event at Southampton Solent University.

The event happened on Wednesday 7th February and was attended by people from all over the world, including businesses from Southampton, who have pledged to join the cause of making Southampton’s air cleaner.

The goal of the network is to share best practice, pool resources and ideas, to make Southampton’s air cleaner and reduce pollution within the city. The event encouraged people to sign up to the network, which states that they are committed to change and doing something to make Southampton’s air cleaner, and of course the city Greener.




You can find out more and sign up to the clean air network here:

You can follow the clean air network on social media here: 

You can see more coverage of it in the Daily Echo:


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