Think Air will launch on 22nd June 2021 at Parc Y Scarlets with a FREE virtual event.
Think Air has had quite the year so far. It now powers the largest non-governmental external Air Quality network in the UK. It’s also transforming public and private sector workplaces by internally monitoring CO2 for optimum health, wellbeing and performance. It made the shortlist at this year’s national Small Awards, and it was also presented to Prime Minister Boris Johnson at No 10 Downing Street.
Now – after a whirlwind 2021 so far – Think Air is officially launching – and we’re inviting forward-thinking organisation, individuals, and school who care about climate change to be the first to see why we need to think air.
Air pollution is a major concern in the UK – and this virtual event will reveal how the air around us is key to driving better outcomes – for businesses, stakeholders, schools, communities, and the next generation.
This free Think Air launch event – which takes place on 22nd June 2021 – will give you an insight into:
- Air quality in the UK – and why it’s never been so important
- The benefits of external air quality monitoring (PM2.5 and particulate matter)
- Internal air quality monitoring (and the impact of CO2 on health and wellbeing)
- Think Air for Schools (TASK) and its seamless integration into the national curriculum (Key Stage 2)
You’ll also learn:
- What air quality monitoring can do for your business, your targets, your productivity, and your community
- How low-cost local monitors can help organisations drive measured improvement
- Why it’s crucial that we measure PM2.5 – and the need for background monitoring
- How it impacts the next generation – and what you can do to become a champion for change
There will also be a live Q&A, where you’ll be encouraged to send questions in advance for:
Professor Paul Lewis – Head of R&D at Think Air and Professor Emeritus at Swansea University
Ryan Griffiths – Technical Director of Think Air
Jo Polson – Award-Winning Tech Entrepreneur and MD of Think Air
Catherine Lloyd-Jenkins – Former Head Teacher, and Education Consultant to TASK
We all have a responsibility to create a better future and now you’re invited to join other environmentally conscious organisations and see how you can play your part, too.