Super bowl & air pollution: a two-factor event

Update – 02/08/17 This is what the air pollution looked like around the NRG Stadium in Houston during the Super Bowl 2017. The main pollutants were nitrogen dioxide (NO2) & ozone (O3). This Sunday, millions of people will kick back and enjoy watching Super Bowl LI, held in Houston, Texas. Hosting events like the Super … Read more

Air Pollution News: January 17 in Air Quality

January was a big month in the world of air quality. Here are the top 6 things you need to know:   London breaches its annual pollution limit in just 5 days London has a long, well-documented history of having bad air. In the 1850s, Dickens wrote about the “flakes of soot” that plagued the … Read more

BreezoMeter Named To 2017 Global Cleantech 100

BreezoMeter has hit an important milestone: we’re excited to announce that we were named in the prestigious 2017 Global Cleantech 100, produced by the Cleantech Group. Over 9,900 companies were nominated from 77 countries across the world, and we’re excited and proud to have made the shortlist.

How Pharma & Healthcare Brands Can Use Air Quality Data

When it comes to health, it’s hard to overstate the importance of clean air. Air pollution is one of the biggest health emergencies of our time: it is to blame for 1 in 8 deaths worldwide, and is one of the leading causes of heart disease, strokes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, and … Read more

London Air Pollution: Above Annual Air Quality Limit in 5 days

Londoners are no stranger to poor air quality, but this year, the city seems to have finally outdone itself. On January 5th, just five days into 2017, London air pollution exceeded its annual limit in many sites across town.    There are 97 air pollution monitoring sites in London, and every hour they measure five major pollutants: … Read more