Better Air Quality

by thirumalaiselvan

Better Air Quality

Better Air Quality

The intent of this event was to show the early findings and methods for monitoring any benefits, whether socio-economic, health, or environmental, of mitigating emissions from the combustion of coal and other fuels for home heating and cooking practices in places such as Asia.

Here we have many people and presentations of their work. At this time John Mitchell of the PCIA assigned a single task, to chat with the others present at the main event, working on ambient air pollution related topics and send the message of indoor air pollution and its effects on environment, health and so forth,

Why? To make stakeholders know that indoor air quality presents as big a problem as any other air quality issues. All of us who working on IAQ topics were enjoyed this venture since health concerns were dealt with in great detail and we expressed an urgent desire to develop necessary IAQ guidelines.

Barry's Response - Good Luck to you. After visiting Hong Kong years ago, I'm more aware of the air quality issues there. Thanks for your input, Thirumalaiselvan.

By the way PCIA stands for the Partnership for Clean Indoor Air, a conglomerate of organizations who work together to reduce the effects of heating and cooking on the air building inhabitants breathe. Help people find safer ways to use heat indoors, help people find better heating and cooking machines, help companies distribute safer fuels, monitor for feedback to make sure it's working.

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Figure out how to reduce home heating emissions

As a result of technology, home heating systems are more efficient, reducing pollutants. Governments are also requiring home heating systems to be more energy efficient to reduce emissions. Innovative technology reduces pollution from home heating sources to make the environment healthier.

Also, we examine the Serious Impact of Indoor Air Pollution on Health and Environment so we can learn how to reduce indoor air pollution and make the world healthier! Indoor air pollution can cause asthma, allergies, cancer, and may even contribute to global warming. By reducing home heating pollution, we can improve air quality and protect the environment.

Based on preliminary findings and dispersion modeling, come up with solutions. By investing in renewable energy, we can reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions and strengthen local economies. As a last step, we can reduce our dependence on non-renewable energy by promoting energy efficiency and conservation, as well as using cleaner heating sources, like solar.

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