About 90% of the world population breaths air with a lower quality than the World Health Organisations standards. So how is the air quality where you live?
You can find out by joining a world-wide community sensing network that uses an air quality sensor called the “Egg”. It measures the levels of Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Fine Particles, Nitrogen Dioxide and Volatile Organic Compounds.
You can use a smartphone app or a web dashboard to monitor and share the pollution data with other participants in this global environmental science experiment. You can also use the findings to press local policy making towards improvements in air quality.
For more information about this project : https://airqualityegg.wickeddevice.com