Recently, 50 UK schools received Airly pollution monitors to learn more about air quality and combat high NO2 levels filtering into British cities This initiative is part of Airly’s ‘LetSchoolsBreathe’ campaign. Airly received over 100 applications from primary and secondary schools across the country for the air pollution monitors.
Evotech Air Quality offered five schools in Calderdale (in West Yorkshire, UK) a fully funded air quality monitoring program for the next academic year. The schools will also be provided with learning resources to help increase awareness around air quality and encourage engagement within the school community.
Airly will take part in Monaco Smart & Sustainable Marina – a unique ecosystem gathering on 20th September in Monaco. At this gathering of those […]
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