Professor Brian Magi Talks about Low-Cost Air Pollution Sensors

Thursday, September 2, 2021

In a recent interview, Professor Magi described a network of low-cost air pollution sensors in North Carolina that he helped deploy in collaboration with non-profit CleanAIRE NC. The sensors are contributing new data to the network of Environmental Protection Agency regulatory air monitors around the country, and the low-cost sensor data is also helping to amplify community-scale conversations and action around topics related to air quality. The article is available at https://www.publicnewsservice.org/2021-08-30/climate-change-air-quality/epa-using-low-cost-nc-sensors-to-collect-air-quality-data/a75550-1 and the air monitor data is available at the web GIS interface at https://fire.airnow.gov/