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2022 Winter Olympics in China: Let's Talk about Air Pollution
By Paul Walsh on January 27, 2022

The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing has had China pulling out all the stops to cut down on air pollution, which can impact people more during intense...

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How Weather Apps will Change in 2022
By Amalia Helen on January 18, 2022

As extreme weather events increase in frequency as a result of climate change, providers of weather information are increasingly expected to function...

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Why BreezoMeter Chose Google Cloud Platform: When Big Data Meets Sustainability
By Emil Fisher on January 17, 2022

Since scalability and stability are paramount for BreezoMeter’s mission to improve the lives of billions, partnering with Google Cloud was a...

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Building a Successful Monetization Strategy with Environmental Data
By Daniel Leveson on January 16, 2022

As increasing numbers of consumers seek personalized and health-centric tools to inform healthier lifestyles and daily decision-making, environmental...

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IoT & AI Take Center Stage at CES 2022: BreezoMeter's Favorite Innovations!
By Daniel Leveson on January 11, 2022

CES 2022 wrapped up over the weekend, and the future looks smarter than ever. Here are some (and there were many!) - of our favorite air quality and...

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Quantifying the Economic Impact of Weather Disasters in 2021 (Fox Weather)
By Paul Walsh on January 10, 2022

What a year 2021 was! The jury is still out on the year’s total weather disaster-related economic costs, but according to NOAA (The National Oceanic...

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Why is BreezoMeter Different from My Local Air Quality Source?
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on January 5, 2022

Seeing two or more air quality sources saying completely different things can be confusing. Let’s explore some of the reasons why BreezoMeter and...

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Happy New Year from BreezoMeter’s CEO
By Ran Korber on January 5, 2022

2021 has been another trying year for many of us: COVID-19 has lingered on, and we've seen devastating and unprecedented environmental disasters...

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