In a post-pandemic world, people are starting to pay more attention to the air they breathe. ‘Air quality’ should no longer simply be associated with the smog clouds of post WW2 London, or another byproduct of the industrial revolution. Now we must also consider the air we breathe regularly, everyday; the air in your home, in your office, in your school.
Join us for “Why should you care about the air?” as we explore pollutants and their causes, how preventative measures have changed over time, and why it’s more important than ever to preserve air quality.
Jodie Barnsley, a DevOps engineer and air quality enthusiast, will share the ongoing findings of the global activist engineer project she’s been enthralled with for the past 5 years. Covering everything from indoor to outdoor, home sensors to global networks, exposure considerations, data analysis, predictions, visualisations and more.
– People who are interested in the environment
– Those who have a passion for healthtech and data who can make a difference
– Those who want to know more about air quality and tech