Category: Citizen Science

Building Foundations of Citizen Science with EPA

Clean Air Carolina pushes contributory science forward once again. On March 1st, the staff officially embarked on a new partnership with the EPA to help “write the book” of environmental citizen science. Clean Air Carolina was one of only two organizations in the...

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National Partnerships to Make Air Visible

Over 100 people came out to Clean Air Carolina’s Making Air Visible event held at CPCC’s Tate Hall in Charlotte on Tuesday, December 6. CAC hosted two national speakers who presented on the quickly expanding field of research using portable sensors to...

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Making Air Visible – CAC’s Annual Meeting

On your morning bike ride or daily walk with the dog, it’s hard to know exactly how clean the air is you’re breathing. You can often tell if a truck or an old car goes by because you can smell the fumes, but in North Carolina most air pollution is invisible. It’s the...

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Citizen Science at Oaklawn Language Academy

This November, Oaklawn Language Academy 7th graders investigated the air around their school using AirBeam monitors which measure fine particulate matter also known as PM2.5. They are part of Clean Air Carolina’s Clean Air Zones Monitoring Project designed to protect...

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Making Air Visible: Join Us on Dec 6

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...

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