The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the importance of ventilation to mitigate the transmission of respiratory disease.
Beyond COVID-19 there is growing awareness that exposure to pollutants in indoor environments has a substantial impact on health, productivity and performance. Large numbers of buildings do not have good ventilation or good indoor air quality, and there are multiple other considerations including climate change, energy, comfort, noise and security.
We need to learn the lessons of the pandemic and build better after COVID-19 for the health of future generations. The focus of the meeting is to consider what is needed at a strategic level to make effective change to improve indoor environments in buildings. We will explore the practical challenges and opportunities for understanding and mitigating poor ventilation in the most cost-effective ways.
Make a case for why we need to monitor and improve indoor air in buildings, including:
Together, let's build the health of tomorrow
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