Asia Pacific Clean Air Partnership

Air pollution is recognized as a public health and environment crisis. At the first session of the UN Environment Assembly in June 2014, air pollution was identified as a top priority that requires immediate action. Member countries requested UN Environment to support national efforts in addressing air pollution issues. Less than a year after, global health leaders came together at the World Health Assembly and recognized air pollution as an urgent public health crisis. They called for an enhanced global response to the adverse health effects of air pollution.

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25 Clean Air Measures

Millions of lives could be saved and one billion people living in Asia and the Pacific could be breathing clean air by 2030 if 25 simple and cost-effective measures are implemented, according to a new UN report.

Asia Pacific Clean Air Week

Watch this page for the 2020 Asia Pacific Clean Air Week

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Asia Pacific Clean Air Partnership 
UN Environment Asia Pacific 
UN Building, 2nd Floor, 
Rajdamnern Avenue
Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Tel: +66 2 288 2314
Fax: +66 2 280 3829