Clean Air Carolina is using Citizen Science and the latest technology to build a one-of-a-kind statewide air quality monitoring system in North Carolina. Scientists, health experts, and environmental activists can use this hyper-local information to address environmental concerns like never before.read more
Clean Air Carolina
We want to make sure every breath you take is good for you.
APRIL 11, 2019
Clean Air Carolina’s annual NC BREATHE Conference provides an interactive forum for North Carolinians to share the latest research related to the impacts air pollution has on human health, the environment, and the economy, and to discuss the critical role policy making plays.
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Calling all #Breathers “Of about 3K counties” in the US... “only 800/900 have air quality monitors at all.” https://t.co/XQdhW9AoXY @cleanairNC has installed 64 #purpleair monitors in #NC alone - help us reach our goal to deploy 1 in every county! JOIN US https://t.co/Gmg75yqmYV
Great work, Dr. Adams! https://t.co/JQRHu9EAj0