FRESH AIR 4 Life is a four-year implementation science research programme that commenced in January 2023 in five countries with 13 partners. This EU project aims to develop context-specific interventions to reduce tobacco and air pollution exposure in disadvantaged populations. It focuses specifically on tobacco and air pollution exposure in mid-late adolescents.

Lungs Europe is working on dissemination and communication activities of WP8, along with the International Primary Care Respiratory Group (IPCRG), to support participant countries  on media campaign interventions (social media, text messaging, YouTube content). Furthermore, it will plan workshops/skill building opportunities for youth who will be engaged on the topics of air pollution, tobacco, climate action etc.

FRESHAIR4Life is funded by Horizon Europe. UK participants are supported by UKRI grant numbers 10063681, 10060974 and 10064407 as part of the call for NCD prevention in adolescents.