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Social media campaign for RMIT University's global online course launch for World Car Free Day.

Air pollution is currently a source of global concern. Evidence suggests that 90% of the air we breathe is polluted, affecting not only public health but also the liveability of our urban environments. 


Join us on 22 September (#WorldCarFreeDay) for the global launch of our new online courses on air quality in cities, in partnership with FutureLearn and EIT Urban Mobility. Tune in as we chat with urban transformation experts Felix John, Bicycle Mayor of Chennai in India, Yvonne Lunch, pioneer of Melbourne's tree emails, and RMIT’s Professor Priya Rajagopalan, Dr Jan Scheurer, Associate Professor Marco Amati and Professor Marta Fernández. 


With years of experience coordinating and participating in inspiring urban planning projects, they will be discussing the global challenges we face today and how sustainable city design can help us improve population health:


🔹Conversation #1: Clean air for urban livability - 8:30am CEST

🔹Conversation #2: Transport policy for clean air - 9:00am CEST

🔹Conversation #3: Designing a green corridor for clean air 9:30am CEST


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Today is #WorldCarFreeDay - Turn off your engines and join us for ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’, the global launch event for our three new online courses on urban planning and city liveability, in partnership with EIT Urban Mobility and FutureLearn. 


Hear from Professor Priya Rajagopalan, Felix John, Dr. Jan Scheurer, Yvonne Lynch, Associate Professor Marco Amati and Professor Marta Fernández as they weigh in on the impact of air quality on city liveability, and how adequate urban design and transport planning can help us develop healthier cities.


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Green corridors have become an important part of sustainable urban planning. By supporting biodiversity and helping to reduce pollution, they have proven to be beneficial for population health and overall city liveability.


Join Lisa de Kleyn and Professor Marco Amati to reflect on the impacts of green corridors on air quality. Delve into the environmental processes behind green infrastructure through global case studies and the exploration of local corridors, developing the skills to identify, plan and co-create solutions that promote city health.


This course is part of RMIT and EIT Urban Mobility’s three new online courses on clean air and urban liveability, all accesible for free on the FutureLearn platform.


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In the current environmental context, cities are becoming increasingly committed to finding sustainable solutions to urban challenges. But how can we design healthier cities? 


Examine the role of sustainability in urban liveability in our new online courses in partnership with EIT Urban Mobility, all accesible for free on FutureLearn.


Guided by industry specialists, you will learn the key concepts behind city liveability and how to implement a successful action plan for population health. By the end of this 3-course series, you will have a full understanding of the pivotal role of clean air and how to identify the different transport policies and urban interventions that can help us get there.


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With a continuously growing population, planning for more liveable cities is one of this century’s biggest global challenges. Join our new short online courses on air quality, liveability and urban mobility and learn how to re-imagine cities to support population health.


This comprehensive 3-course series is specifically designed for professionals looking to expand their urban planning skills. You will be guided by industry specialists to understand the impact of air pollution on city liveability, the role of urban logistics in creating cleaner cities and the best practices to engage citizens in the process.


🔹Course 1: Clean Air for Urban Liveability 

🔹Course 2: Green Corridors for Clean Air

🔹Course 3: Transport Planning for Clean Air


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