Compare your city’s air with the World’s most polluted air, in #AugmentedReality
Under high levels of particulate pollution, “you can’t function, you can’t thrive,” said Alexandra Karambelas, an environmental analyst and research scientist affiliated with Columbia University. “Having access to clean air is kind of a basic human right.”
See how the world’s most polluted air compares with your city’s in this visualization of the microscopic particles that endanger human health
Powerful visualization. Babies and young children are the most affected by the damaging health and neurological effects of toxic air. Air pollution damages their health and brain tissue, putting them at risk of disease & undermining cognitive development. 
We visualized the damaging, tiny particles that wreak havoc on human health. From the Bay Area to New Delhi, see how the world’s worst pollution compares with your local air.
Thanks to data visualization magic, you can see the levels of damaging, tiny particles that wreak havoc on human health. From Austin to New Delhi, here's how the world’s worst pollution compares with your local air.
See how the world’s most polluted air compares with your city’s in this visualization of the microscopic particles that endanger human health
See how the world’s worst pollution compares with the air where you live
Air pollution is something that I find is so hard to describe because we can't see it but it impacts our lives in such a serious way. This interactive visualization from is really awesome.
We visualized microscopic air pollution that wreaks havoc on human health. Compare your city's air quality to some of the world's worst pollution, from the Bay Area to New Delhi:
Really neat and alarming visualization of air quality in U.S. cities compared to the world's most polluted places
Cool particle visuals in your city
See how the world’s most polluted air compares with your city’s in this visualization of the microscopic particles that endanger human health
This great piece is a good excuse to repeat one of my hobby-horse points, namely: the reduction in local air pollution will MORE than pay for everything we need to do to fight climate change.
You can also compare air pollution between cities in augmented reality thanks to (available in the NYT app):
NEW: See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s Amazing interactive from et al
Reykjavik, Iceland appears to have had the worst air quality day of 2019 in the world. Why? Because Iceland showers itself with fireworks every New Year, turning what is on any other day the cleanest capital city in the world into the most polluted.
Under high levels of particulate pollution, “you can’t function, you can’t thrive,” said Alexandra Karambelas, an environmental analyst and research scientist affiliated with Columbia University. “Having access to clean air is kind of a basic human right.”
Brilliant infographic of very depressing stats. Killer air is everywhere.
See how the world’s most polluted air compares with your city’s air -- in this interactive Learn more on how poor air quality is costing us months, even years, of our lives... yes, in the USA, too.
See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s
See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s (via )
We visualized the damaging, tiny particles that wreak havoc on human health. From the Bay Area to New Delhi, see how the world’s worst pollution compares with your local air.
Around the world, the poorest suffer most from unhealthy air.
I love et al's spectacular visual comparisons of urban air #pm25. Better yet, pair the piece with 's immersive haze-and-odor-based installation (which many saw at during #ClimateWeekNYC): )
How is your city doing on air pollution? has an interactive tool to help you visualize the quality of the air you breathe, and compare it to other cities worldwide:
We need to frame climate as a co-benefit of public health action.
This is a fantastic package on the smallest pollution particles with the biggest health impact - p.m. 2.5. by & a team. Note, along with urban pollution pulses, the vast dust flows from the Sahara. More via :
SO creepy/cool: Using the NYT app, you can see the air quality visualization over your own environment via augmented reality.
A great visualization of air pollution levels in cities around the world.
Great interactive feature in today's today using air pollution data. Its quite something how New Delhi, India, literally breaks the chart:
Today the ran a print version of their recent air quality story: And I have to say, seeing data that I worked on occupying a full page of the NYTimes is pretty amazing. Thanks et al.
How does your local air quality compare to that during California wildfires or the Delhi Air Crisis? Explore in this interactive piece from the that visualises data from the Atmosphere Monitoring Service and . ➡️
See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s - The New York Times
Interesting tool from : Here is how air pollution in New Delhi compares to Beijing (the maximum values in Delhi could not fit on the screen!)
See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s: We visualized the damaging, tiny particles that wreak havoc on human health. From the Bay Area to New Delhi, see how the world’s worst pollution compares with your local air.
This is such a great interactive for visualizing #airpollution.
Open it. Check it out. It’s frightening but it gives hope because cities can bring positive change #ForPeopleForPlanet ⁦⁩ visualized the damaging, tiny particles that wreak havoc on human health. From the Bay Area to New Delhi👉🏼
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See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s - The New York Times #dataviz #ClimateChange
See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s
See how the world's most polluted cities compare to yours: #sociology #dataviz
We show you the invisible
See How the World’s Most Polluted Air Compares With Your City’s
... and by all means, then check the levels of particulate pollution where you live