While the number and types of indoor air pollutants is rising, much is suspected but little is known about the impact of their potentially synergistic interactions, upon human health. Highly susceptible populations include children, allergy and asthma sufferers, and those from low socioeconomic backgrounds, however no specific guidance or interventions are available.
SynAir-G aims to reveal and quantify synergistic interactions between different pollutants affecting health, from mechanisms to real life, focusing on the school setting.
“We will develop a comprehensive and responsive multipollutant monitoring system, advance environmentally friendly interventions, and disseminate the generated knowledge to relevant stakeholders in accessible and actionable formats.”
For more information about SynAir-G, visit the SynAir-G website: https://synairg.eu/
Funded by the European Union under Grant Agreement No 101057271.