Camden Council is involved in an anti-idling project and has set up special training sessions for volunteers.
The Vehicle Idling Action project is a London-wide campaign to encourage drivers to switch off their engines when stationary and help improve local air quality.
At a training session last week, volunteers received training about air quality and health, behaviour change and idling, and learned how to facilitate a giant-sized game of ‘air quality snakes and ladders’.
There will be monthly Vehicle Idling Action events.
For more information and to get involved visit Vehicle Idling Action