Clearing the Air

Clearing the Air

In Australia, we take clean air for granted. But, globally clean air is becoming a scarce commodity due to the continued growth in the uptake of polluting forms of energy. Last year, Chinese multimillionaire Chen Guangbiao made headlines across the world when he sold 10 million ‘cans of fresh air’ in the 10 days for $0.80c each as pollution levels climbed to record highs. His effort was tongue-in-cheek, to advocate for better air quality, with proceeds going to poor regions.

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Clean Living – Link between Health and Sustainability

Clean Living – Link between Health and Sustainability

Some of the earliest environmental laws were decreed as a consequence of ill  health effects resulting from pollution, specifically those resulting from air  quality and water quality impacts from a combination of industrialisation and  population growth.

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