Clean Air Tool
Find out how changing the way you travel
can benefit the world around you.
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HOW FAR DO YOU TRAVEL EACH WEEK?
SWITCHing FROM A DIeSEL VAN TO…
ENTER POLLUTANT AMOUNT
SELECT POLLUTANT TYPE
Over 1 year, you would save an estimated XXkg of CO2, and XXg of NOx, and XXg of PM2.5
How many forest fires will you prevent?
Emissions from football pitch-sized forest fire
By how many days will it extend your lifespan?
day off the average human lifespan
What cost will you save the UK economy?
on productivity and healthcare costs by the government
How many square metres of arctic ice will you save?
square metre of
arctic ice saved
for one day
this amount of
CO2 in one day
amount of NOx
in one day
tree to filter out PM2.5
Data for this equivalence is not currently available. Please change the transport mode to ‘Bike’ for the nearest estimate at the present time.
High levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere collect and store so much heat that weather patterns change, temperatures rise, and other climate changes occur.
Nitrogen oxides (NOx) damages your respiratory system over time. It is also a component of acid rain which is harmful to vegetation and, as a consequence, animals.
Particulate matter are tiny particles that can damage your lungs and get into the bloodstream, reaching your heart and brain and increasing your risk of heart attack and, possibly, stroke and dementia.