Environmental Impact

Humans have increased CO2 levels by more than a third since the Industrial Revolution began which, according to NASA, is the most important, long-lived “forcing” of climate change.

We’ve already seen the effects on our planet and health.

From loss of sea ice and more intense heatwaves,  increased risk of cancer, heart disease, strokes and respiratory diseases, it’s vital that we invest in decreasing our greenhouse gas emissions NOW.

of people live in
poor air quality 

 deaths globally
linked to 
air pollution

of emissions come
from the Transport