VentureBeat— Aclima is announcing that it plans to map air pollutants and greenhouse gases block-by-block throughout the San Francisco Bay Area region.
philstar.com—Air quality in Metro Manila improves but remains hazardous in other areas. Higher levels of PM10 may be dangerous for those with respiratory ailments, DENR previously said.
Mail Online—Australian Open will go ahead despite fears over air quality from bush fire smoke. Craig Tiley, director of the Australian Open, insisted that the tournament will go ahead as planned despite calls from athletes for it to be delayed or cancelled due to health concerns linked to bush fire smoke.
Mail Online—Australian Open chiefs are ADAMANT play will go on despite 'worst in the world' air quality. Maria Sharapova and Eugenie Bouchard saw their matches on Tuesday overshadowed by health concerns caused by 'hazardous' levels of smoke in the air from nearby bushfires.