When, where & how do Londoners access 'real-time' air pollution information?
DPhil candidate Kayla Schulte’s article on this emerging genre of environmental information was published yesterday in the journal Big Data & Society, just in time for Clean Air Day.
The article explores the growing emphasis on self-monitoring and digital platforms to supply informational interventions for reducing air pollution exposures and improving health outcomes at the individual level.
To read the full paper, click here or watch a video abstract of this research below:
Schulte, K. (2022). ‘Real-time’ air quality channels: A technology review of emerging environmental alert systems: Big Data & Society. 9(1), 205395172211013. https://doi.org/10.1177/20539517221101346
This research was completed on a doctoral scholarship supported by the Leverhulme Trust, LCDS.