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Brighton bus shelter becomes home to upcycled living roof

Brighton bus shelter becomes home to upcycled living roof

The project is one of a series from out-of-home media owner, Clear Channel, that seeks to make a difference and benefit the environment, as well as local communities.

Columbus: first US city to meet ozone compliance rules

Columbus: first US city to meet ozone compliance rules

Several federal regulations pertaining to fuel and motor vehicle emission standards decreased emissions to help the area achieve the standard.

Geo-location app connects users to air quality data

Geo-location app connects users to air quality data

Geme.io has expanded its smart city offering to provide timely and accurate data via an EU feed that will be customised for display on the app’s virtual map.

Liverpool receives clean air funding boost

Liverpool receives clean air funding boost

The UK city, which recently declared a climate emergency and appointed a climate champion, has been awarded an additional £652,000 by the Government.

Blockchain foundation aims to disrupt with clean air programme

Blockchain foundation aims to disrupt with clean air programme

MXC will financially reward individuals, businesses and governments by tokenising the active monitoring of pollution and for taking measures to reduce it.

UK cities use digital street units to measure air quality

UK cities use digital street units to measure air quality

Bradford and Birmingham are working with BT and scientists to use sensors integrated within InLink digital hubs to monitor air pollution in real-time.