March 5, 2023.Reading time 14 minutes.
This Q&A with two cofounders of Community Access to Ventilation Information (CAVI) explores how the organization helps public libraries in Canada loan out CO2 monitors to patrons. In addition to the monitor-lending, CAVI develops educational materials to help library patrons use these tools and collaborates with other air quality initiatives.
February 26, 2023.Reading time 4 minutes.
Last week, I wrote about my experience with a CO2 monitor that I recently bought, and have been using to informally study the air quality in my New York City apartment. I asked readers to share their experiences with these monitors, and several of you did!
January 22, 2023.Reading time 3 minutes.
This week, thousands of top political and business leaders gathered in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum—one of the highest-profile mass events in the world. And the forum, colloquially called Davos after its location, had excellent COVID-19 safety protocols.
October 16, 2022.Reading time 4 minutes.
Sources and updates for the week of October 16 include a new paper on the U.S.’s data failures, indoor air quality measures from the federal government, testing out of isolation, and more.
July 24, 2022.Reading time 9 minutes.
This weekend, I traveled to Denver, Colorado for a fellowship trip. It’s a risky time to be traveling, thanks to the ongoing BA.5 surge; here are some things I did to stay safe on the plane and throughout the trip.
July 10, 2022.Reading time 4 minutes.
Sources and updates for the week of July 10 include Long COVID data from the CDC, air quality guidance, COVID-19 disparities in Louisiana, and more.