Algae energiser

Al Gore’s documentary An Inconvenient Truth in 2006 inspired Sofie Allert to try to change the world by unleashing the power of algae.

Clean air
makes you more creative

Take a deep breath: Did you know that ­people’s strategic skills are up to 288 per cent better in an environment with good air quality?

Blue zones

Clean air and a good diet can contribute to a long and healthy life but there are some places in the world where people live exceptionally long lives. Here’s why!

There’s something in the air

It’s estimated that by 2050 more than 70 per cent of people will live in cities so it’s time to talk about the future – and solutions for better air.

How clean air drives the economy

It’s clear that many of the world’s biggest cities face major challenges when it comes to air quality. What’s not clear is the best way to tackle the problem. Blueair investigates.

The Airtist

Australian artist Emily Parsons-Lord works with an invisible medium to create art with oxygen.

Up in the air

From gentle gusts to fierce gales, the wind can drive us crazy or keep us entertained.

An Eye for Detail

Smart on the inside – and beautiful on the outside. Blueair leads the way in design and technical innovation.

The Airmakers

No other air purifier has won as many design prizes as the Blueair Sense. We meet the trio of ­designers behind it to talk about sustainability, the environment, and what the future holds.

Sky walker

Spending time out in nature sparks your creativity, lowers your blood pressure – and even enlarges your brain.