Over three days, mayors and leaders from 15 cities across the world will meet to deliberate on how to improve the air quality in their respective cities.

In continuation of the commitment made in December 2017 by London and Bengaluru, C40 Cities, in collaboration with BBMP and KSPCB, will be hosting the Global Air Quality Public Forum and a technical workshop from July 31 to August 2 at the ITC Gardenia Hotel in Bengaluru.

The aim is to bring together leaders of 15 cities to share their knowledge and experience in tackling air quality and thereby help BBMP and KSPCB in strengthening the existing air quality roadmap. Some of the cities that will be participating in the workshop are London, Berlin, Johannesburg, Salvador, Portland, Kyoto, Los Angeles and Warsaw, according to a press release.

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