Another great example of partnership between Airly and the UNDP.
Airly co-created the latest UNDP report as part of the Development Futures Series. The publication described the relationship between air quality and the development of the COVID-19 pandemic in Central Europe and the Balkans.
The publication was based on data from Airly air quality sensors and was co-created by experts and scientists associated with our company.
Check our new analysis of the air quality data from Central Europe and the Balkans,
Does air pollution exposure increase COVID-19 morbidity and mortality? The analysis shows unique correlations and provides a specific input for the strategy planning processes and policymaking. The publication can be accessed HERE.
The study is based on the data gathered by Airly and made in cooperation with the Polish Challenge Fund. The Polish Challenge Fund is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
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