When it comes to creating a safe and healthy indoor environment, the more you know, the better. However, sometimes online research can lead to an overwhelming amount of options.
That’s why we created the Air Quality Evangelist project!
Each month, we will scour the web for the best blogs and websites you can confidently add to your list of air treatment resources. These sites may focus on allergies, asthma, green living, air quality, anything – most importantly, they have a deep appreciation for breathing clean and healthy air. At the end of the month, we will choose our top picks and name a few Air Quality Evangelists.
An Air Quality Evangelist is someone who appreciates the importance of healthy indoor air and celebrates products and lifestyle choices that can help improve the quality of the air you breathe. Air Quality Evangelist blogs are invited to sport the Air Quality Evangelist badge so you can spot them easily.
Here are the first 5 Air Quality Evangelists!
Healthy House Institute is a great resource for people who want to make their homes healthier. Their articles cover topics for improving your air quality, managing allergies and asthma, eco-friendly cleaning, and more. You can even search for healthy home guides and local resources in your city and state!
Winning Post: This article about chemical sensitivity includes a general overview about air quality and offers some insight into what particulates and VOCs might be lurking in your indoor air.
In a world where airborne pollutants and VOCs can be lurking in common household products, it’s more important than ever to educate parents about the hidden dangers their children are being exposed to on a daily basis. Thankfully, Healthy Child Healthy World is on a mission to empower parents to protect children from harmful chemicals.
Winning Post: In some cases, chemical exposure can happen before the little bundle of joy is brought into the world. Reduce Chemical Exposure to Increase Fertility
Literally everything you introduce into your home has an impact on your air quality, so it’s important to know how air quality works. Ian Cull is a certified indoor air quality (IAQ) consultant and a self-proclaimed Indoor Air Nerd. His passion is helping people improve their lives with better air quality, and this passion is definitely reflected in his educational blog posts.
Winning Post: These IAQA Tech Tip Videos offer tips on how often to replace your air filters.
Started by a mother of two in Salt Lake City, Utah Moms for Clean Air uses the power of moms to clean up Utah’s dirty air. Through various activities and informative posts, this organization raises awareness about government actions that impact air quality.
Check this out: Six Common Air Pollutants and how the EPA is working to monitor them.
A collaboration of moms on a mission to fight toxic air pollution, Mom’s Clean Air Force includes inspirational posts about the many ways air pollution affects women around the world.
Winning Post: This interview with Tracy Enger of the EPA speaks towards the importance of healthy indoor air in schools and ways some schools are already taking action.