Activists from the Manchester Greenpeace Network again targeted diesel cars on sale in car dealers in Greater Manchester, attaching warning notices to the windscreens of vehicles.
This followed an investigation by Greenpeace that revealed 35 nursuries in Greater Manchester were close to roads that breached the legal limit for air pollution.
Last night activists stickered cars at Westway Nissan, Lookers Renault and Citroen Stockport. Last week Jaguar, BMW and Peugeot cars were the target at Williams Manchester and Peugeot Manchester.
Greenpeace are calling on car manufacturers to phase out diesel engines and produce an affordable electric car.
Martin Porter of the Manchester Greenpeace Network said “All diesel cars should come with a health warning. We intend to make sure that in Manchester, they do.”