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Air Quality
Measure the air that boys and girls breathe

Monitors installed in Latin America

Aires Nuevos' air quality monitoring network includes 42 local governments and 14 universities from 8 Latin American countries. 115 air quality sensors have been installed.

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  • Diciembre 16, 2020

Brasil, Río de Janeiro. Universidade Veiga de Almeida

Air Quality Index (AQI) and PM2.5 from Universidad Veiga de Almeida, Maracanã. Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. See Air Quality Sensor

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  • Diciembre 16, 2020

México, Monterrey. Centro de Desarrollo Infantil “Genaro Vázquez”

Air Quality Index (AQI) and PM2.5 from Centro de Desarrollo Infantil “Genaro Vázquez”, Monterrey, México. See Air Quality Sensor

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  • Diciembre 16, 2020

Chile, Independencia. Jardín Infantil Antuhuilen

Air Quality Index (AQI) and PM2.5 from Preschools Antuhuilen, Independencia, Región Metropolitana, Santiago, Chile. See Air Quality Sensor

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Our Network


Communities monitor environmental data and enable connections with territories through work with preschools to raise citizen awareness of air quality.


Universities ensure that environmental data is accurate and reliable. They also generate air quality data reports that can be used to guide local interventions to reduce children’s exposure to pollution.


Local governments create and implement local actions based on air quality data to provide safer spaces for children and to protect the health of the entire community.

Project´s Stages

Phase 1

Create the Aires Nuevos multi-stakeholder network across Latin America to establish air quality governance and take action to mitigate the negative effects of air pollution on children's health.

Phase 2

Build local government and community capacity with universities' support to develop local actions to reduce early childhood air pollution exposure.

Phase 3

Spread the Aires Nuevos governance model to develop political advocacy in local and national public policy to ensure that children grow up in a pollution-free environment.


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