We're partnering with environmental justice groups, neighborhood associations and corporate partners to expand the air quality monitoring network to residents and community groups across Detroit.
Detroit residents suffer from some of the worst air in the country but grassroots environmental justice groups are organized and work closely with policymakers to monitor air and implement change. Leading coalitions, like the Michigan Environmental Justice Council, are using JustAir data to advocate for the change Detroit residents deserve.
One of our newest monitoring projects is in Detroit's Transportation Innovation Zone (TIZ) in collaboration with three resident associations - Hubbard Richard, North Corktown and Corktown - and corporate supporters Newlab and Michigan Central.
We're co-hosting an Air Quality Workshop on December 11 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Newlab for TIZ residents and business owners to learn more about air quality and help determine locations for new monitors being deployed in the district in early 2024. Learn more and RSVP here.
Air monitoring data influences positive change and individual decision making to protect your health. Track the air quality in your community through our network of air monitors.
Our partners across the country are using JustAir to keep residents safe and create change.