On September 26, 2018, Dr. Harsh Varshan inaugurated WAYU, a device designed by CSIR-NEERI. WAYU (Wind Augmentation PurifYing Unit) — is expected to keep an area of 500 sq m around the unit clean, and such devices are being installed at busy traffic intersections. Each unit costs INR 60,000, and monthly maintenance costs are expected … Continue reading WAYU: What do we know?
The Clean Air Collective, India (more about them here) has commissioned a perception survey on air quality through CMSR Consultants. The ultimate goal of this exercise is to build up a strategy based on the survey findings to mitigate the effects of bad air quality and also to sensitize people on the issue of air quality. … Continue reading Air Quality Perception Survey
What is the collective and what are its aims? The Clean Air Collective is a network of organizations/individuals/citizens groups/institutions etc who are all working towards the common objective of clean air. The collective was formed with an objective of complementing each other’s work and amplifying all the voices coming from different parts of the country demanding their fundamental … Continue reading Clean Air Collective- India
Health Effects Institute (HEI) has launched a new web portal with the latest trends in air quality and its impact on human health around the world. The State of Global Air is a collaborative effort among HEI, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, and the University of British Columbia. … Continue reading State of Global Air
Sensors Without Borders is looking for volunteers for an air quality project in Bangalore! "A call for all Bengaluru-based volunteers in to participate in a one-of-a-kind air quality sensing intiaitive to track to what extent people who live and around major traffic intersections, particualrly during times of congestion, contributes to levels of pollution being … Continue reading Air Quality in Bangalore