Fair Air Talks: Exploring air quality issues affecting Interior Alaska

Announcing FairAir Talks: A virtual three-part series exploring indoor air quality issues in Interior Alaska. Every other Wednesday, beginning Jan. 20 at 6 p.m., atmospheric scientists will discuss a range of topics, from the aerosols and dust that we breathe indoors to the effects of wildfire smoke on human health. 

January 20 – FairAir | Cooking particles, cleaners and health Delphine Farmer, Colorado State University

February 3 – FairAir | Outside-in and inside-out: The air we breathe indoors Peter DeCarlo, Johns Hopkins University

February 17 – FairAir | Wildfire smoke and health Emily Fischer, Colorado State University

If you are interested in attending one or all of these events please RSVP to receive the Zoom link: https://bit.ly/38ifrxQ.  The talks are suitable for all ages, and attendees are encouraged to ask questions via Zoom chat or the Facebook Live comments. For more information and to submit your questions in advance visit the FairAir Facebook event.