Air quality can have a dramatic impact on our health and cognitive functions. That’s why it’s heavily regulated. Unfortunately, our focus has been almost exclusively on outdoor air quality, which has limited our understanding of the air we breathe the most of: the air inside of the buildings where we live and work. Check out this piece in the New Yorker on indoor air pollution. You’ll want to open your windows after.
https://d3bfc4j9p6ef23.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/96/2019/05/07065422/HRV.jpg 1500 1125 motherearth1906 https://d3bfc4j9p6ef23.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/96/2019/01/31003248/Northbank_Logo_Official-_JPEG1-1030x544.jpg motherearth19062019-05-07 06:50:152019-05-07 06:57:12Is the air inside your home worse than some of the most polluted cities in the world?