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Why indoor air quality matters to our bodies and our brains?


Improving indoor air quality may boost cognitive abilities as well as health. So how should buildings be designed to make us more productive?... Read More

Schools need ventilation for better health and student learning, not air-conditioning


Australian classrooms are recording high levels of carbon dioxide and other pollutants, says Built Environment Professor Mat Santamouris. ... Read More

Hidden air pollution in the workplace continues to impact health


Hidden air pollution in the workplace continues to impact health ... Read More

Air Pollution and Employee Health in Asia


Typically, when weighing the pros and cons of a job, people consider the salary, the location, and the opportunities for professional growth and personal fulfillment. But here is a new consideration: quality of life. Welcome to working in a world forever altered by climate change, escalating populations and urban sprawl. These global environmental problems are impacting some regions particularly hard, most notably Asia and its megacities.... Read More

Tracking indoor air quality can help mitigate home pollution


Researchers conducted study to determine if homeowners change way of living if they could visualise microscopic air pollutants in homes.... Read More

Indoor HEPA filters significantly reduce pollution indoors when outside air unhealthy, study finds


Source: Intermountain Medical Center Summary: Outdoor air pollution is a major contributor to indoor air pollution -- but high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters used in the home significantly reduce fine-particulate matter in the air compared with non-HEPA air filters, according to a new study.... Read More

13 Silent Signs Your Home Is an Unhealthy Place to Live


So you go awhile between dustings. Let the dog sleep in the bed. Watch moisture bead up on the bathroom window. However, these innocent-seeming habits could be making you and your family sick—really sick.... Read More

The importance of clean air for babies


Source by : When we bring a new baby back from the hospital, we take all the precautions necessary to ensure our home is the safest, most ideal living environment. From upgrading the smoke detectors, to baby-proofing every sharp corner in the house, there’s no such thing as ‘too safe’ in the minds of expectant parents.... Read More

EPD revising indoor air quality standards


The Advisory Council on the Environment met on Monday for a discussion on updating the standards laid out in the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Certification Scheme, following revised IAQ guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO).... Read More

Air pollution worse inside London classrooms than outside, study finds


Source by: Air pollution worse inside London classrooms than outside, study finds Exclusive: study of schools in capital finds dangerous levels of fine particulate pollution within classrooms, putting children at risk... Read More

Indoor air pollution: UK doctors to research impact on children's health


Source by : The British Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Children's Health will carry out a major study on the impacts of indoor air pollution on children’s health.... Read More

Air pollution linked to ‘extremely high mortality’ in people with mental disorders


A major study in Hong Kong shows the risk of death rises sharply on hazy days, when air pollution is much worse.... Read More

We can’t afford to ignore indoor air quality – our lives depend on it


We often talk about healthy living and quality of life but have you considered the quality of the air you breathe? Most of us spend up to 90% of our time indoors, according to many surveys. Add up the time you spend at home, in the office and on transport, and you will see how close this figure is for yourself.... Read More

Hong Kong’s hazy days may have more deadly effect on those with mental illnesses, researchers find


People with conditions such as dementia, bipolar disorder and depression were 16.4 per cent more likely to die on the first day of hazy weather compared to a normal day with a clear sky, university study finds... Read More

Poland strives for anti-smog solutions to improve air quality


KRAKOW, Poland, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- Due to its constant poor air quality indicators, Poland has been called "Europe's capital of smog". While the problem is getting more and more serious, experts and decision-makers are searching for efficient means to counteract the phenomenon. According to the World Health Organization's 2016 list, with as many as 33 cities in Poland among the 50 most polluted cities in the European Union (EU) and excessive coal burning, the country faces a severe air pollution problem. Poland's energy strategy, despite recent pressure from the EU, is still strongly reliant on the coal industry.... Read More

Why Indoor Air Quality is Important to Schools?


Overview Most people are aware that outdoor air pollution can impact their health, but indoor air pollution can also have significant and harmful health effects. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicate that indoor levels of pollutants may be two to five times — and occasionally more than 100 times — higher than outdoor levels. These levels of indoor air pollutants are of particular concern because most people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. For the purposes of this guidance, the definition of good indoor air quality (IAQ) management includes: Good IAQ contributes to a favorable environment for students, performance of teachers and staff and a sense of comfort, health and well-being. These elements combine to assist a school in its core mission — educating children.... Read More

Air pollution: Seven ways to improve indoor air quality in your home


New Delhi: Air pollution level rose to dangerous marks in the national capital, prompting the Indian Medical Association (IMA) to declare a public health emergency in Delhi onTuesday. The IMA has also suggested closing down of schools and urged people not to venture out due to excessive pollution.... Read More

Is classroom air quality hindering learning?


Many schools are looking to close the achievement gap and foster learning among all students. Although processed foods, socio-economic conditions, ADHD, and learning disabilities are common culprits, environmental factors are often overlooked.... Read More

How to limit exposure to indoor air pollution


here’s what you need to know After finally escaping your stuffy office, you brave your commute and rush past that dusty construction site. But, as you enter your home and take a deep, cleansing breath, you may have walked into yet another major source of pollution.... Read More

Indoor air quality on EU building agenda for first time


MEPs will debate amendments to new EU building regulations next week (11 October), which could see indoor air quality become a mandatory criteria for the first time - a boon for workers and residents. The plans come as part of a larger rethink on future building standards in the wake of the Paris Agreement on climate change, and are intended as part of improving the overall energy performance of the built environment. And they come after several pieces of recent research showing the potential health and economic costs to EU citizens of poorly-ventilated or damp homes and workplaces.... Read More

Green buildings also better for health, not just more energy efficient: BCA study


SINGAPORE - People who work in "green" buildings are less likely to suffer from fatigue, headache and even skin irritation, according to a study which shows that the benefits of such buildings stretch beyond saving energy. These findings, released on Tuesday (Sept 12), will help the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in redoubling its efforts - also announced on the same day - to make more buildings environmentally friendly. The efforts include improving indoor air quality for building occupants and linking data on the energy consumption of commercial buildings with their identities.... Read More

Healthy Indoor Air Quality a Key Ingredient for Returning Students and Teachers in Puerto Rico


Bayamon, Puerto Rico – WEBWIRE – Monday, August 7, 2017 Zimmetry Environmental provides indoor environmental testing, monitoring and consulting services to help ensure good air quality in schools.... Read More

Air pollution more harmful to children in cars than outside, warns top scientist


Exclusive: Walking or cycling to school is better for children’s health as cars are ‘boxes collecting toxic gases’ says David King Opinion: Smoking in cars is banned. But children still inhale toxic fumes in backseats... Read More

There’s no escape from Hong Kong’s choking air even in your home, study reveals


There’s no escape from Hong Kong’s choking air even in your home, study reveals It’s not just on the city’s streets where we are at risk from dangerous PM2.5 particulates – three-quarters of daily personal exposure is indoors... Read More

In Ahmedabad, India’s First Air-Pollution Early Warning System Aims To Cut Deaths, Health Hazards


The first Indian monitoring and early warning system for air pollution was launched on May 12, 2017, in the nation’s fifth most populous city, with the hope that it will reduce the health impacts and deaths from air pollution, a growing problem in a country with nine of the world’s 20 most polluted cities in 2016, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). ... Read More

London’s killer air: pollution levels in capital city reach critical state


Source: The IET How much do you need to worry about air pollution? E&T reporter Tereza Pultarova takes part in a King’s College London experiment to find out what Londoners inhale.... Read More

Thousands of British children exposed to illegal levels of air pollution


Hundreds of thousands of children are being exposed to illegal levels of damaging air pollution from diesel vehicles at schools and nurseries across England and Wales, a joint investigation by the Guardian and Greenpeace’s investigations unit has revealed.... Read More

Women who live in cities with high air pollution may be at higher risk of breast cancer, major study suggests


Women who live in areas with high air pollution may be at higher risk of developing breast cancer, research suggests. A major study of nearly 280,000 women concluded exposure to sooty particles had an increased chance of having dense breast tissue. Breast density is known to be one of the strongest risk factors of breast cancer, with women who have highly dense breasts up to six times as likely to develop the disease.... Read More

Dirty Air Ducts and Indoor Air Quality Issues for Building Occupants


The building science professionals at Clark Seif Clark identify and resolve airborne exposure concerns for occupants in all types of buildings. ... Read More

Stop ‘paying lip service’ to cycling projects and get serious, NGO warns Hong Kong government


Source: South China Morning Post Upgrading road facilities and cycling infrastructure will improve the health of Hongkongers, group says... Read More



If you live in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai or one of Asia’s other bustling metropolises, chances are that you are not among the lucky 10 per cent of the world population who breathe clean air. A World Health Organisation study released in September found that 92 per cent of the planet’s human population lived in areas where air pollution was at unhealthy levels that lead to lung cancer, heart disease and strokes.... Read More

Poor air quality affecting most office workers


Poor air quality affecting most office workers A new survey has found that indoor air pollution is prevalent in work places across Britain, potentially causing long-term health problems.... Read More