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Panel: “New Air Monitoring for Tracking Health and Energy Benefits” Q&A now available

The Local Haze team participated in a panel discussion with leaders from Piera Systems and Accenture on the impact of new, lower-cost air quality monitors used in communities worldwide and how these innovative technologies provide more data sources for understanding health impacts and the effects of the ongoing energy transition. The panel was hosted by MIT EESN member Sarah Simon.

An environmental engineer’s thoughts on air quality

For the Local Haze Blog we interviewed Sarah Simon, a Boston-based environmental engineer, author, and former Deputy Director of the Air Quality Division at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.  Sarah is the author of the book “Protecting Clean Air: Preventing Pollution” (published by Momentum Press in 2017)

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Advocating for hyper-local air quality monitoring

Today the Local Haze blog welcomes Bay Area residents Michael and Judith. They share their perspectives on air quality monitoring and their experience with the installation of air quality sensors at their apartment building, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) with 350 residents.  As background, we connected with Judith and Michael through their son Randy,… Read More »Advocating for hyper-local air quality monitoring