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Amalia Helen

Content Lead @BreezoMeter. Passionate about environmental issues and the power of IoT, big data and connected technologies to solve the big problems of our day. Drop me a line by email or connect on LinkedIn.
How to Deliver Life-saving Information During a Wildfire
By Amalia Helen on August 9, 2021

In times of crisis, it's essential to communicate what the environmental reality means for individuals where they are and to empower audiences with...

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Weather Apps Aren’t Just About the Weather Anymore
By Amalia Helen on July 14, 2021

Perceptions of what makes a ‘good’ weather app have changed dramatically over the last few years. In our new eBook, we explore why and how weather...

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Clean Air Day: Air Pollution Exposure Impact Starts Earlier Than You Think
By Amalia Helen on June 17, 2021

Air quality awareness is growing, but many are still oblivious to the long-lasting consequences of pollution exposure in early life. As this year’s...

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Siemens & BreezoMeter Discuss How to Make Buildings Healthy Again
By Amalia Helen on June 2, 2021

We were recently invited by indoor air quality leaders Siemens to discuss how environmental intelligence can help smart HVAC systems make buildings...

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How COVID-19 Sparked an Air Quality Revolution in Healthcare
By Amalia Helen on May 12, 2021

In our dedicated online paper, we explain why an increasing number of treatment providers are looking for solutions that protect patients from...

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'Asthma & the Environment' Quiz - Did you Get the Answers Right?
By Amalia Helen on May 6, 2021

For World Asthma Day on the 5th May, we decided to test the public's knowledge about the environmental connection to asthma. Here we reveal the...

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Respiratory Treatment Pioneers: Companies Leading the Way to Better Asthma Management
By Amalia Helen on May 5, 2021

Innovation in asthma management is continuing apace, and asthma sufferers are more empowered than ever before: to proactively protect themselves,...

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Grass Pollen Allergy: It’s No Picnic in the Park
By Amalia Helen on April 27, 2021

Grass pollen allergy is extremely common. It's estimated 90% of the UK's season allergy sufferers are sensitive to this specific type. For...

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