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What is International Day of Clean Air for blue skies?

September 7 is an officially-recognized day by the United Nations

After adopting a December, 2019 resolution in the United Nations General Assembly, the first International Day of Clean Air for blue skies was held on September 7th, 2020. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is facilitating the observance of the day, in collaboration with other relevant organizations. 


It’s all about environmental awareness

The main concern with the Day of Clean Air is to raise public awareness at all levels—individual, community, corporate and government—that clean air is important for health, productivity, the economy and the environment.


Educating the world about clean air

The new international holiday aims to reveal the latest science available, including the close link of air quality to other challenges such as climate change. The UN will promote and facilitate solutions that improve air quality by sharing actionable knowledge, best practices, innovations, and success stories.


Indoor air pollution matters, too

While a diverse group of nations gather to improve the world’s overall air quality, we’re learning just how important pure air is to the health of all of our systems. Those of us who spend a good amount of time indoors—sleeping at home, or working at the office—could benefit from purifying the air in those spaces. Innovative Airmega air purifiers are a great solution.