Where do we enjoy the best Air Quality in Greece – and where do we suffer from the worst?

So, let’s have a look at a question that people often make me: where do we breathe the best air in Greece, and where the worse? The answer is not straight forward and brings some surprises: Surprise No. 1: Athens is not the most polluted city of Greece. Smaller cities and villages, as well asContinue reading “Where do we enjoy the best Air Quality in Greece – and where do we suffer from the worst?”

Our newest Airly AQ Monitor went live today in Aghios Germanos, Prespa!

Today our new Airly Air Quality Monitor started broadcasting live data from Aghios Germanos in Prespa! Find it on the map here. We set it up in Prespa in order to get an idea about Air Pollution in one of the Greek regions located as far as possible from cities and their urban pollution. LogicallyContinue reading “Our newest Airly AQ Monitor went live today in Aghios Germanos, Prespa!”

The city of Larisa is chocking in wood smoke!

When looking at the only Air Quality sensor in Larisa whose activity is visible in real time by anyone on the Airly website (https://airly.org/map/en/#39.635407,22.41419,i15580), one can only wonder what the hell is going on there. Pollution there is always in the red to purple levels, meaning AIR POLLUTION ALERT!!!! Every evening PM2,5 go well aboveContinue reading “The city of Larisa is chocking in wood smoke!”

The importance of independent Air Quality (AQ) Monitoring Stations – – 1 – Outdoor Monitors

External AQ sensors: sensors that can be placed outside a home, office, school, etc. by anyone. We start this blog with a post on the importance of independent external Air Quality (AQ) Monitoring Stations, which are the most important tools we can rely on today in order to know what kind of air we areContinue reading “The importance of independent Air Quality (AQ) Monitoring Stations – – 1 – Outdoor Monitors”