Every day, billions of people breathe dirty air. Join activists on the frontlines of the fight against pollution around the world as they share insights from their local clean-up efforts, innovative solutions to improving air quality and more.
But momentum to tackle air quality challenges is growing, and in many countries, community leaders, local activists and civil society organizations are at the forefront of these changes. They are tackling persistent challenges — developing open-source air pollution data platforms to close information gaps, raising public awareness to mobilize support for long-term air quality management policies and taking legal action against governments and companies to hold them accountable to national standards.
Join air pollution leaders and activists from around the world for a conversation on air quality, socio-environmental impacts of rising pollution and governance challenges at the heart of the global crisis. Speakers will showcase innovative solutions from their communities and highlight steps that everyone — private sector executives, government policymakers and local communities — can take to clean up the air we breathe.
Chris Hasenkopf, Chief Executive Officer, OpenAQ
Ritwick Dutta, Environmental Lawyer and Managing Trustee, Legal Initiative for Forest and Environment
Timothy Lloyd, Attorney, Centre for Environmental Rights
Ugo Taddei, Lawyer and Clean Air Project Leader, ClientEarth
Carlos Gonzalez Penilla, Executive Director, MAKAIA
Kate Logan, Green Choice Outreach Director, Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs
Moderated by: Jessica Seddon, Director of Integrated Urban Strategy, Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, World Resources Institute
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About the Series
WRI’s Greening Governance Seminar Series explores how good governance – inclusive, transparent decision-making processes, equal access to justice, strong institutions and a vibrant civil society – not only help policymakers advance more effective, equitable policies, but also implement ambitious commitments like the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals.
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