Glasgow’s Air Quality During COP26 Was Almost 10x Better Than European Counterparts

Nov 17, 2021

In a statement released today, Pollutrack announced the findings of their hyper-local air quality testing that they’ve been conducting across twenty European (+UK) cities.

With the WHO’s revised, much more challenging air quality guidelines, many more cities are finding themselves falling well below what’s considered “healthy”.

The release from Pollutrack points to Glasgow being among one of the best cities for air quality in the twenty that they’ve studied, including Paris, Madrid, London, Dublin, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Lisbon, Bologna, Manchester, Birmingham, Prague.

You can read the full article here, where I cover these points below

What and how did they measure?

Why is hyper-local air quality data important?

What’s the drawback?

What’s important about their findings?

Full article can be read here




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