We are a student-led organization that strives to improve air quality internationally by pursuing these FAIR goals.
Broaden public understanding of air pollution concerns and challenges.
Collect research data to accelerate progress in air quality education, monitoring, and regulations.
Define clean air standards by bringing actionable solutions to our communities.
Collaborate with students and organizations in our pursuit of clean environments and healthiness.
We advocate for safe air as a basic human right and reduce public risks worldwide.
7 million deaths resulted from air pollution exposure.
Indoor and outdoor air pollution are scientifically linked to cancers, asthma, and congenital heart conditions affecting people every day. We focus on marginalized areas where the harm is greatest and technologies haven't reached. Air quality isn’t just the concern of a single nation, our fight calls for universal cooperation.
The Fair Air Coalition (FAC) holds monthly forums, shares current research, and partners with individuals and organizations striving to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals #3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 17 by 2030.
12% of cities worldwide comply with international air quality guidelines
20% of total deaths in China are caused by air pollution
That's over 4,000 people on a daily basis
50% of premature deaths in children are caused by indoor air pollution
90% of outdoor air pollution deaths are in developing countries
We represent a multinational movement championing for cleaner air across the globe.
Sarah E. Griffin
Our Global Task Force
We breathe easy knowing our international team provides reliable support for our communities.
10 November 2015 Image captionPollution is a perennial problem in the industrial northeast of China Chinese state media and netizens have criticised high pollution levels in the northeast city of Shenyang, which activists have said could be the “worst ever” air quality seen in the country. On Sunday pollution readings were about 50 times higher[…]
Join the UNEP’s debate on air pollution: “Why do you think promoting air quality is crucial to your health and what measures should be taken?”
Take part in the Interactive thematic debate on promoting air quality in the context of healthy environment, healthy people. Nairobi, 30 October 2015. Please click on the “JOIN THE DEBATE LIVE” for specific time. Background: Promoting air quality is at the forefront of the sustainable development agenda. Substantially reducing by 2030 the number of deaths[…]
Imane Lahrich represented the Fair Air Coalition during the first Mediterranean Forum of Young Leaders (Forum méditerranéen des jeunes leaders) in Morocco
Imane Lahrich, the FAC’s North Africa correspondent, represented our organization earlier this month during the first Mediterranean Forum of Young Leaders in the Moroccan city of Essaouira hosted from 2 to 4 October 2015. This forum’s agenda included discussions on the phenomena of radicalization, refugees, climate change and social exclusion. On these issues, which are shared[…]
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If there was ever a project that required the scrutiny and public protections of the California Environmental Quality Act, it’s the World Logistics Center. Sadly, the massive warehouse complex in Moreno Valley, which could snarl traffic and create as much smog as a major oil refinery, may not get them. Last month the Moreno Valley[…]
Study: Air pollution kills 3.3 million worldwide, may double Published September 17, 2015 The map shows the single leading cause of death from air pollution in 36 countries. (AP) WASHINGTON – Air pollution is killing 3.3 million people a year worldwide, according to a new study that includes this surprise: Farming plays a large role in[…]
Later this week, member states of the United Nations will formally adopt the sustainable development goals (SDGs), aiming to comprehensively address gaps in our collective development. Building on the success of millennium development goals (MDGs), which have demonstrated major progress in health and human development, this next phase will create an opportunity for all people,[…]
World leaders will pledge to tackle poverty, inequality and climate change at a historic event in New York. Here’s everything you need to know about it The UN headquarters will welcome the pope and heads of state for the SDG summit on 25 September. Photograph: Eric Thayer/Reuters Monday 21 September 2015 05.20 EDTLast modified on Tuesday[…]
Volkswagen is being engulfed by a growing crisis over its attempt to make millions of diesel cars appear cleaner than they are.
Volkswagen scandal widens By Mark Thompson and Ivana Kottasova @CNNMoney Volkswagen is being engulfed by a growing crisis over its attempt to make millions of diesel cars appear cleaner than they are. The scandal broke Friday, when U.S. regulators said the German company had programmed some 500,000 vehicles to emit lower levels of harmful[…]
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