Science & Environment

What would you change to tackle air pollution where you live?

A snowy capped moutain in the Alps Image copyright John Laurenson

The World Health Organisation estimates that 9 out of 10 people on our planet are breathing polluted air.

From March 6 - 12 BBC News will be looking at ways to cut air pollution. Solutions from business and technology to legislation and behaviour change.

Throughout the week there will be exclusive reports, examples of where great ideas have worked and discussions with people like you on the issue.

We want YOU to be a part of this project.

If you'd like to take part, tell us what you'd like to see changed to reduce air pollution.

Please post a selfie which includes your solution and tag it #SoICanBreathe - on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. We will feature a selection of your selfies on the BBC site.

Here's an example from Adelaide Arthur in Accra, Ghana:

Image copyright Adelaide Arthur

And Professor Joseph Nye has an example to get you thinking:

Image copyright Professor Nye

#SoICanBreathe is not a campaign. We want you to share your pictures and ideas to inspire others to post their ideas about ways they think air pollution can be reduced.

Here's how you can share your images with us:

Email them to yourpics@bbc.co.uk

Text them to 61124 or +44 7624 800 100 if you are outside of the UK

Upload them via this form

Tweet them to @BBC_HaveYourSay

Or share on your social media accounts using the hashtag #SoICanBreathe

Image copyright Maria Innes

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