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Topic: Weather Climate Change

Air Pollution on a Rainy Day: Understanding Weather & Air Quality
By Ran Korber on December 30, 2019

While the sources of air pollution themselves can be man-made (car traffic and industrial activity) or natural (pollen and bushfires) , weather can...

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The Science Behind Environmental Data: Your Questions Answered
By Amalia Helen on July 18, 2019

As a leading environmental data company, we get a lot of questions about the information we provide at BreezoMeter and the sources we use to do it.

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WeatherBug Launches Air Quality Data with BreezoMeter
By Ran Korber on March 28, 2018

BreezoMeter is pleased to announce a new partnership with hyper-local and live-weather provider WeatherBug. With more than 20 million unique users...

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What Does a Winter Storm Do to Air Pollution?
By Idit Lowenstein on March 9, 2018

With winter storms sweeping across Europe, you might be wondering what the affect is on outdoor air pollution levels. The answer depends on the...

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After the fires: Is the outdoor air pollution really gone?
By Ziv Lautman on December 27, 2017

Ziv Lautman, environmental engineer, outdoor enthusiast and BreezoMeter Co-Founder explains why it's important to wait at least 6 days after major...

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5 Reasons why 2016 is the year of Air Quality
By Ziv Lautman on January 29, 2016

Predicting the future is a risky business, especially when history isn't kind to those who make predictions. But so many important things happened in...

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Thoughts on our way to the White House
By Ran Korber on May 10, 2015

We’ve had many humbling events over the last few months. If we can pin point on when the hurricane started, it probably was at the WEB Summit between...

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Convective clouds: from aerosol filter to smoking machine
By Ran Korber on January 4, 2015

We can say that there are two kinds of air pollutants:

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