Air Quality Awareness Webtool

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Thank you for your interest in being a Tower Hamlets air quality champion!

We are looking for air quality champions to help design our new air pollution webtool which will help residents and communities to better understand local air pollution and the ways they can help reduce their exposure to air pollution and help create cleaner air.

We are looking for residents to take part in workshops to develop the webtool. At the workshops you will hear more about the project and work directly with specialists to help design the webtool.

The workshops will take place between January and February 2023 and you will have an option to attend online or in person. Please note that you do not need to have to be an expert in air pollution or have any prior knowledge to take part.

Selected participants will receive a digital voucher worth £20 for their contribution to the 1.5-hour workshop.

Once the webtool has been developed we will ask participants to give some feedback on the webtool before we launch the final design. This will be via an online drop-in session in early 2023.

If this sounds like something you want to get involved in, please sign up to express your interest in becoming an air quality champion.

Please be aware that signing up does not guarantee you will be selected to attend as we have a limited number of workshop spaces. However, we may contact you about other ways you can get involved in becoming an air quality champion.

Tower Hamlets Council, alongside Hackney Council, Newham Council and the City of London Corporation will be developing the webtool in a joint project, funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).


If you have any questions, please send us an email at airqualitywebtool@hackney.gov.uk

Thank you for your interest in being a Tower Hamlets air quality champion!

We are looking for air quality champions to help design our new air pollution webtool which will help residents and communities to better understand local air pollution and the ways they can help reduce their exposure to air pollution and help create cleaner air.

We are looking for residents to take part in workshops to develop the webtool. At the workshops you will hear more about the project and work directly with specialists to help design the webtool.

The workshops will take place between January and February 2023 and you will have an option to attend online or in person. Please note that you do not need to have to be an expert in air pollution or have any prior knowledge to take part.

Selected participants will receive a digital voucher worth £20 for their contribution to the 1.5-hour workshop.

Once the webtool has been developed we will ask participants to give some feedback on the webtool before we launch the final design. This will be via an online drop-in session in early 2023.

If this sounds like something you want to get involved in, please sign up to express your interest in becoming an air quality champion.

Please be aware that signing up does not guarantee you will be selected to attend as we have a limited number of workshop spaces. However, we may contact you about other ways you can get involved in becoming an air quality champion.

Tower Hamlets Council, alongside Hackney Council, Newham Council and the City of London Corporation will be developing the webtool in a joint project, funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).


If you have any questions, please send us an email at airqualitywebtool@hackney.gov.uk

Page last updated: 07 Nov 2022, 04:06 PM