Tag Archives: Pollution

Community-Based Air Monitoring Webinar

​This webinar will highlight two community-based air monitoring projects. The first is a collaboration among the California Environmental Health Tracking Program. The second is a partnership between the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Fairmount Greenway Task Force. The presenters will discuss their approaches, the benefits of those approaches, and future opportunities. Learn more and register  ... Read more

Baltimore Sensors Will Measure Air Pollution Block by Block

Researchers are well aware that Baltimore’s summer air quality can be hazardous to residents’ health. But understanding how smog levels differ from neighborhood to neighborhood could help policy-makers address public health crises with greater precision. Read more... Read more

Energy Choices Issue Guide Placemat

​This guide presents three options based on views and concerns of people from across the country. Any path we choose will put some of these concerns into tension with some others. Our task is to deliberate, or weigh options for action against the things that people hold valuable. Learn more... Read more

Easy Modeling to Assess and Address Near-Road Air Quality

​Sometimes the groups most exposed to near-road air pollution are also the most disadvantaged and marginalized to do something about it. This webinar will present the Community-LINE Source Model (C-LINE): a scientifically sound, near-road air pollution model that plays almost like a video game, available to any user with a computer or tablet. C-LINE allows users not only to evaluate what is going on in their local area, but also what might happen if things change. Users can easily manipulate... Read more
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