Pointless gadgets?

More community groups are starting to monitor air quality as cheap portable monitors become more available. But this is not necessarily a good thing, say experts. Gareth Simkins investigates

by Gareth Simkins
Air pollution in London and elsewhere is driving people concerned about the effects on their health to engage in community projects or buy cheap monitors. Photograph: David Holt/Flickr
Air pollution in London and elsewhere is driving people concerned about the effects on their health to engage in community projects or buy cheap monitors. Photograph: David Holt/Flickr

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