Air Quality Monitoring for Children
Air pollution is killing children. Around 300 million children currently live in areas where the air is toxic – exceeding international limits by at least six times1 and over half a million children under five years died from air pollution related causes in 2016.

Reducing children’s exposure to pollutants – and therefore reducing the damage to children’s health and early brain development – begins with a reliable understanding of the quality of air they are breathing in the first place.

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