How do you get the best air quality when staying at hotels in some of the world’s greatest cities? Daniel Uusitalo, business development manager at Blueair, clocks up 120 travel days a year and has picked up a few tips along the way.
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has come up with a gem of an idea: air-purifying towers that subject the carbon in smog to such enormous pressure that it is converted into diamonds.
The fight against air pollution is producing increasingly innovative solutions. How about buildings that “eat” carbon dioxide?
Whether at home or away, Blueair Aware keeps you connected and sends real-time air quality updates to your phone.
Whether in the bustling heart of Manhattan or on a tranquil Alpine slope, these hotels focus on sustainability and the environment.
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.
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?