Air Quality

The Air Quality Program works to improve the health and welfare of urban residents by finding cost-effective ways to monitor and reduce air pollution. The costs of air pollution are immense. Globally, air pollution claims millions of lives each year. Cost-effective pollution abatement improves public health and urban quality of life, making cities healthier places to live and work. The Air Quality Program works with public officials and publicly-minded organizations to reduce urban air pollution, and provide urban residents with actionable information about the health consequences of dirty air.

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Leader: Kevin Cromar

Kevin Cromar

Featured Blog Posts

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/ Jul 18,2018

Developing a Global Health-Based Air Quality Index

Cromar Presents at NASA HAQAST4 Meetings

more on: public health
/ Feb 08,2018

Second Annual Health of the Air Report

From Marron and the American Thoracic Society

more on: public health
/ Nov 04,2015

Real-Time Vehicle Emission Monitoring

by Kevin Cromar
more on: emissions

Featured Press Posts

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Next City
/ Aug 12,2016

Cities With Most to Gain by Tackling Air Pollution

more on: public health