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This Earth Day, unite in making air pollution visible! #OurEarthOurAir

Combating air pollution and raising awareness about the dangers of poor air quality are tasks that can’t be taken on alone. Join the fight!

 

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Earth day is an opportunity to unite people from around the globe for the advocacy of environmental protection. With more than 95% of the world’s population breathing unhealthy air, air pollution is as much of a concern to our lungs as it is to the health of the planet.1 Combating air pollution and raising awareness about the dangers of poor air quality are tasks that can’t be taken on alone. That’s why we’re calling on you to help make air pollution unignorable!

This Earth Day, bring your community into the conversation by sharing your local air quality.

How to participate:

1) Download the AirVisual app

2) Snap an in-app watermarked photo of your environment - selfies, local landmarks and skies encouraged!

 

AirVisual app how to take photo

 

3) Share via Social Media World, including:

 

+ The hashtag #OurEarthOurAir - so that your contribution is pooled with the community at large

+ [Optional] The link, airvisual.com/app - to help others find the tools they needed to protect themselves from air pollution and make some noise about their own local air.

+ Reach us: Twitter @MyAirVisual - Facebook @AirQualityVisual - Weibo @IQAir中国

Of course, it's wonderful to see all your lovely faces, but this is about more than just dusting off those selfie sticks. By participating, you are bringing visibility to local air quality and helping to reach the attention of policy advocates worldwide. Together, our voices can be heard in taking a stand for tighter emissions standards and cleaner air around the globe.

 

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Article Resources

[1] Harvey F. (2018, April 17). More than 95% of world’s population breathe dangerous air, major study finds.
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/apr/17/more-than-95-of-worlds-population-breathe-dangerous-air-major-study-finds
 

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