Clean Air Day October 8th


October 8th is Clean Air Day. Together we all have a part to play to keep our air clean.

Portsmouth has reduced carbon emissions by 30% since 2005 but there is still more we can all do. Your local Liberal Democrat councillors have taken action so that Portsmouth City Council is tackling the climate emergency:

In addition to these measures and plans, the council have repeatedly asked central government to help improve air quality in Portsmouth by funding:

  • half price bus passes for all citizens to encourage people to leave their cars at home
  • car and van scrappage scheme to get the older more polluting cars off the roads
  • the same level of funding to support public transport, walking and cycling as local councils get in London

Kimberly Barrett and Council Leader Gerald Vernon-Jackson tree planting in Milton Park

LCWIP: Have your say - closes November 9th 2020

Local Cycling Walking & Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP)

Switched on Portsmouth - Impact Report

International Port Sustainability Plans


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