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🤔 Issue 5: Understanding Air Quality Data

Oxygen Mag was designed to be an air pollution magazine curated not just by me, but by the whole comm

Oxygen Mag

January 17 · Issue #5 · View online
Handpicked stories for people who care about clean air.

Oxygen Mag was designed to be an air pollution magazine curated not just by me, but by the whole community. Today Nick Clarke, the project manager of QLEAR is at the wheel all the way from Shanghai. QLEAR is an IoT platform that monitors real-time indoor environmental data that tells you about indoor environmental quality and building performance and how to improve it. You can reach him directly via e-mail.
❤ If you know a friend or colleague who cares about air quality, please forward Oxygen Mag to them. Spread air pollution awareness with just one easy click on (1) Twitter (2) Facebook, or (3) via a quick e-mail.

🙌 Handpicked Stories For You
Today’s issue is curated by Nick Clarke on helping non-technical people understand air quality data and debunking some myths.
😥 Demystifying Air Quality Numbers
📊 Why you can’t average APIs
🍳 Checking Your Indoor PM2.5, Cheaply, With The Laser Egg
👁 Which Air Quality Monitor Should I Buy?
😷 Poor Man’s Face Mask Fit Test
🌲 A Note From Smokey's Nest
Thank you Nick. ❤ Please share this air pollution magazine with one friend or colleague today. If you’re feeling social, we have easy one-click links to share on (1) Twitter (2) Facebook, and (3) via a quick e-mail. Click to try it out!
🔥 Exciting news! Next week, air pollution scientist Pallavi Pant joins us in Oxygen Mag. She will be curating stories that you ought to know about from across South Asia. Pallavi has a PhD in Environmental Health from the University of Birmingham (UK), and is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Massachusetts.  
📝 Are you a researcher, climatologist, journalist, entrepreneur or author? Would you like to curate an upcoming issue of Oxygen Mag? Just hit “reply” and send me a note. I reply to every message.
Until next time,
-Amrit Sharma 😷
Founder, AirAirAir and Smokey
New Delhi, India
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