Learn about the quality of the air around us, and how it is affected by pollutants released into the atmosphere through human activities, such as transport and industry, as well as from natural sources.
Air quality has improved significantly since the 1950s, with dramatic reductions in some pollutants, such as sulphur dioxide.
The quality of the air around us is affected by pollutants released into the atmosphere through human activities.
This teaching package contains interactive teaching material, classroom activities and lab experiments to make learning about air quality fun. Tailored for primary schools and secondary school geography and science.
A collection of useful links and resources relating to the air topic and citizen science.