Gerald Monroe

Buildings·5 min read Kyle Hagerty·July 20, 2020 As our nation slogs through the sweltering dog days of summer, most Americans are reaching for the thermostat. This summer however, that cool, ventilated air poses a greater risk. Health organizations around the world, including the CDC, are sending out warnings about the risk ventilated air poses in …

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Michael Driedger·March 8, 2020 Poor air quality is a little bit like a drought. People only properly talk about water scarcity when it’s not been raining for a while, and people only really talk about air quality issues when it’s affecting human health (i.e. it needs to be obvious before we acknowledge that there is …

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No medical event in recent history has made a bigger impact on global health and the economy, than Coronavirus, and the COVID-19 disease. At the time of writing, most major economies are entering into some form of lockdown, causing significant disruption to businesses and drastically changing the way we live our lives for the next few months.  Governments, Industry and Citizens are …

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Millions of people live in areas where air pollution can cause serious health problems. Local air quality can affect our daily lives. Like the weather, it can change from day to day. EPA developed the Air Quality Index, or AQI, to make information available about the health effects of the five most common air pollutants, …

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As awareness of air pollution and its effects, particularly on children, grows, so too does the pressure on schools to come up with an effective and co-ordinated response. The first and most logical place to start is measurement. Reliable measurement is necessary to understand the risk of exposure in and around the school environent and …

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