Monitor clean air in schools

The Green Westway campaign has launched the ‘AirSensa in Schools’ initiative to install free air pollution monitors in schools around the A40 elevated section in London. The pioneering AirSensa monitors were developed by the non-profit organisation Change London who are supplying them free. AirSensas will enable participating schools to access information regarding the air quality in their surrounding environment by the minute. Marco Picardi from Green Westway said, ‘Change London’s transformative device will give schools unprecedented access to information that was previously invisible, and could be an important step in creating a more sustainable future. Schools will be able to be alerted to the state of their immediate micro-environment, which could help determine when it’s unsafe to play outside, build evidence to support the creation of mitigating initiatives, and most importantly support the engagement of children in their environments.’ The monitors are free for any school in London, by filling out the following form – storrm

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