Now that the election is over, those of us who care about the environment need to find as many opportunities to come together, learn about the most pressing issues, and continue to advocate for action. We invite you to do so on Tuesday, December 6 at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte.
In North Carolina, most air pollution is invisible and it’s the invisible pollution that does the most damage to our health. Melissa Lunden, Chief Scientist at Aclima, a company using Google Earth vehicles to map street level air pollution, and Dan Costa of the EPA, will describe their exciting partnership to “make air visible” in order to reduce pollution.To learn more about Melissa and Dan’s work, click here to see a video explaining their partnership which allows the public and policy makers to see what we are breathing.
Clean Air Carolina will announce our new AirKeeper citizen science program monitoring invisible fine particle pollution and our new partnership with the EPA to monitor ozone pollution at the hyper-local level. JOIN US >>
Making Air Visible
Learn how technology enables us to see invisible pollution and helps us make decisions that create healthier, more sustainable cities.
Melissa Lunden, PhD
Chief Scientist, Aclima
National Program Director
Air, Climate, and Energy Research Program
US Environmental Protection Agency
December 6, 2016
Central Piedmont Community College
Central Campus / Tate Hall
6:00 pm Reception
7:00 pm Program
Hosted by Clean Air Carolina with refreshments provided,
this event is free and open to the public.