Over the course of 2018, Friendly Streets has been integrating air quality data collection as a component of the street audits that we’ve been doing. To share about the PM2.5 data that we’ve collected so far and the early stages of the healthy & safe routes map, we’re hosting a workshop on November 15!
Come out to learn about the Air Quality Health Index, Airshed Model, and how air quality impacts healthy model. You’ll also have the opportunity to share your ideas about locations where we could monitor PM2.5 levels and how to improve data collection.
- A presentation and workshop led by Sally Radisic, (A) Manager, Tobacco Control Program, Hamilton Public Health Services, City of Hamilton
- Summary of data collected by Friendly Streets on their air quality audits by walking and cycling
- Roundtable mapping exercises based on Pengelly’s quadrants
Please register here: bit.ly/LetsClearTheAir
If you’d like more information about the event, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-549-0900.
Event partners: Cycle Hamilton, Environment Hamilton, Clean Air Hamilton, and City of Hamilton