[ESIP-all] Webinar about Smart City Air Challenge on April 10

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Thu Apr 5 09:22:03 EDT 2018


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On Apr 4, 2018, at 7:21 AMPDT, McMahon, Ethan via ESIP-all <esip-all at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:

> Hi ESIP folks,
> EPA is conducting a webinar about two communities that are implementing air quality projects, Comite Civico del Valle, Inc. in the Imperial Valley, California and the New York City Community Air Survey. Please register and promote this webinar via newsletter, Twitter, etc. Sample text is below.
> Sample language for newsletters
> EPA’s Smart City Air Challenge Webinar – Data in Community Air Quality Projects! April 10
> The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is conducting a webinar entitled “Data in Community Air Quality Projects.” It will be held on April 10, from noon to 1:15 p.m. EDT. Tune in as our speakers, Luis Omeldo, Executive Director and Humberto Lugo, Policy Advocate, both of Comite Civico del Valle, Inc. in the Imperial Valley, California and Holger Eisl, Co-director of the New York City Community Air Survey, Queens College describe how they collect data from air quality sensors, store it, then analyze it so they can use it.
> This webinar is one in a series of webinars to help communities manage data from air quality projects, continuing from EPA’s Smart City Air Challenge. The challenge encouraged communities to deploy hundreds of air quality sensors and make the resulting data open. The challenge winners, Greater Baltimore Open Air and the Lafayette Engagement and Research Network (LEaRN), are deploying 250 and 300 air quality sensors respectively in their communities. These projects and others demonstrate how local governments partner with sensor manufacturers, data management companies, and others to understand local environmental conditions.
> Register for the webinar today.
> Learn more about the Smart City Air Challenge.
> Still have questions? Write to Ethan McMahon.
> Sample tweets (feel free to customize as appropriate)
> Join @EPA’s #SmartCity Air Challenge webinar to hear about #airquality, #CitizenScience & #IoT on April 10. Southern California and New York City are featured. Register now! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smart-city-air-challenge-data-in-community-air-quality-projects-tickets-44606512279
> Hear how southern California and New York City are using #airquality data at @EPA’s April 10 #SmartCity Air Challenge webinar. Register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smart-city-air-challenge-data-in-community-air-quality-projects-tickets-44606512279 #iot #datascience #citizenscience
> Thanks,
> Ethan
> Ethan McMahon  |  US EPA  |  Office of Environmental Information  |  202-566-0359
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