We have listed some resources to assist researchers and people from non-technical backgrounds to understand how much pollution surrounds us and how to help make this planet a cleaner place to live.
Guides and findings
The aim of this guide is to translate scientific research into easy-to-implement precautionary measures and actions adoptable by homeowners, builders, and regulatory bodies to reduce human exposure to in-kitchen pollution in homes.
The handbook aims to provide decision-makers with a comprehensive NBS impact assessment framework and a robust set of indicators and methodologies, to assess impacts of nature-based solutions across 12 societal challenge areas.
This guidance document translates complex science into simple action points that enable children, schools and local communities to make informed decisions and help reduce the exposure of school children to air pollution.
This document summarises best practice regarding the implementation of green infrastructure for improved urban air quality and reduced human exposure to air pollution.
This guide summarises how green infrastructure can reduce public exposure to air pollution in urban environments.
This policy brief summarises key outcomes of the iSCAPE project with a clear policy orientation, to provide practical information to EU local decision-makers and other urban stakeholders.