We are calling on fleet operators and businesses operating in London to tackle air pollution caused by idling vehicle engines to protect their employees’ and the publics health.  Sign our #EnginesOff pledge.  For more information about how to sign up and the FREE resources available for businesses, head here
Join us on 1st September, 16:00 – 17:00 for webinar to explore how the Engines Off campaign is supporting businesses and fleet operators to tackle avoidable air pollution caused by vehicle engine idling, thereby protecting the health of outdoor workers and the wider public. Click here for more information and to sign up. 
For schools looking to join the Engine Off Every Stop campaign our schools toolkit now contains the artwork and tips on how to share

Vehicle Idling Action is a London-wide, education and behaviour change campaign to help reduce localised air pollution caused by motorists who leave their engines running when stationary.

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A van driver helping improve London’s air quality

Twelve local authorities will run monthly Idling Action Events between October 2016 and March 2017, with teams of local volunteers and project staff working to educate both motorists and pedestrians. The campaign will build on the success of a City of London Corporation pilot project, and is funded by the Mayor’s Air Quality Fund.

Whether you’re a concerned local citizen or work at a local business, if you’d like to get involved, we’d like to hear from you. Please check out our volunteer page for more information.

And if you are a business in one of the 12 local authorities and would like to support the project, please see our businesses page for further information about how you too can get involved.