ERIS is aware of the challenges to minimize and strains of state resources to mitigate the environmental effects of wildfires. As wildfires continue to rage in the western U.S., ERIS is compiling research and resoures to assist state environmental
Times are Pacific 8:00 – 8:05 Welcome & Introductions 8:05 – 8:20 High-Density Deployment of PM2.5 Sensors in the Maywood Environmental Justice Community – Jennifer DeWinter, Sonoma Technology, Inc. 8:20 – 8:35
All times are Pacific 8:00 – 8:05 Welcome & Introductions 8:05 – 8:20 Short-term health effects of traffic-related air pollution exposure in multi-modal commuting in Chengdu, China – Yisi Liu, University of
Dr. Jason West, Professor Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health will present “Understanding Global Climate Change and How It Affects Air Quality and Human Health.” The talk will provide a
The workshop will convene experts in wildfires, atmospheric chemistry, climate, meteorology, and health together with key decision makers from public health, emergency management, air quality management, and other relevant areas.
Web Tools for Sensor Data – Graeme Carvlin, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency Public Institutions and Trust: Developing Community Data Assets – Angela Eaton, Safecast Mapping hyperlocal air pollution to drive clean air policies – Harold
Tracking California will provide an overview of the process involved in developing a community air monitoring network, based on our experience partnering with Comite Civico del Valle to establish a monitoring network that provides real-time