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EPA Smart City Air Challenge: Data Use in Community Air Quality Projects

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presents this webinar on data use in community air quality projects as part of the Smart City Air Challenge webinar series. We will hear how communities use data from air quality sensors. Many communities are collecting data to understand local environmental conditions. Learn how they analyze the data so residents of the community can understand and use it. This webinar will cover:

  • Understanding data from air quality sensors
  • Examples of how community-level air quality data is being used

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Thursday, September 14, 2017, 12 – 1 p.m. EDT

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  • Constantine E. Kontokosta, Assistant Professor of Urban Informatics; Director, Urban Intelligence Lab; Deputy Director for Academics, Center for Urban Science + Progress; Department of Civil and Urban Engineering, New York University
  • Nick Johnson, PhD Candidate, New York University
  • Linda Wigington, Project Lead, Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces
  • Ethan McMahon, Senior Innovation Advisor, Office of Digital Services & Technical Architecture, Office of Environmental Information, EPA

The webinar will include 35 minutes of presentations and 20 minutes for questions and answers. Please submit questions during the webinar through the chat box in Adobe Connect.

EPA’s Smart City Air Challenge encourages communities to deploy hundreds of air quality sensors and make the resulting data open. In December 2016, Baltimore and Lafayette both won the challenge and received $40,000 each as seed funding to implement their projects. For more information, visit our Smart City Air Challenge page.

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