Bristol City Council is holding a series of events across the city this summer to speak to as many citizens, groups and organisations as possible about air quality.
After securing funding from central government to tackle air pollution, the council is developing a clean air plan, which will include ideas and options on how to reduce harmful emissions.
Around 300 deaths a year in Bristol are linked to air pollution. It also affects the most vulnerable in our city – children, older people and people with heart and lung conditions.
We need your help to develop the best solution for Bristol. Visit the Clean Air for Bristol website to find out more about our efforts to clean up the air in the city.
You can also visit our Eventbrite page to register for our upcoming event on 12 July.