Learn how to use the interactive real-time Richmond-San Pablo air quality map
Watch our webinar to learn more about the real-time map deployed as part of a California Air Resources Board Community Air Grant.
Julia Luongo (Ramboll Shair) and Matt Holmes (formerly Groundwork Richmond) present the interactive real-time air quality map deployed as part of a California Air Resources Board Community Air Grant. The webinar walks through the functionality of the Richmond-San Pablo mapping website and introduces preliminary mapping results after one year of operation.
Matt is a 'history worker' who challenges inequality by cultivating more inclusive education, advocacy and leadership dynamics that redistribute power and create opportunity for underserved communities. Matt's diverse experience has allowed him to impact once stuck dynamics into mutual purpose and create meaningful change, mostly by navigating difficult conversations with white audiences and historically white institutions. He weaves his experience as a history worker with cutting-edge data sciences and transformational environmental justice projects to close the gap between academic disciplines, the public sector and the communities they each have failed to serve.
Shair was born out of Ramboll. Harnessing Ramboll’s huge pool of knowledge and expertise, Shair brings together unique models to richly visualize air quality insight from a multitude of sources. Our mission is to create an accessible 21st century platform bringing every aspect of air quality together in real time, informing decision makers to enable them to take effective action faster, and allowing people from every walk of life to ask questions and find answers on air quality. Learn more at ramboll-shair.com.