Pupils in London concerned with the city’s poor air quality have taken matters into their own hands by building their school’s own air filters.
Elmgreen School in south London is located almost right next to one...Read more
One of the biggest threats facing children in cities across the world is air quality. It is, in some cases, quite literally killing them. It’s a situation that the European Environment Agency (EEA) is intensely...Read more
Almost the entire urban population of Europe – 96 per cent – was exposed to fine particulate matter above the health-based guidelines set by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to the latest annual European...Read more
Every school classroom in The Netherlands is to get a carbon dioxide monitor, as part of a series of measures to ensure schools have healthier air.
The government says it will provide extra funding to help...Read more
Small in size but potentially of huge importance – that’s the AirBeam Swap, a revolutionary new tool that collects data and raises awareness of air quality and its importance for babies, toddlers and their caregivers.
Children in London are four times more likely to go to school in areas with higher pollution levels that exceed World Health Organisation (WHO) limits than those anywhere else in England.
This poor air quality, says...Read more