We’re looking for anyone and everyone insterested in air quality – data scientist, programmer, technologist, maker, story-teller, activist, analyst, policy maker, etc. Maybe you’ve been using any of the commercial air sensors (or DIY solution) and want to talk about your findings, or maybe you work in health and want to see how Defra data could be used in future health planning, or maybe you have ideas about reducing air pollution.
We welcome anyone and everyone, no matter what your background or level of experience with data. You don’t need to be a computer wizard to take part. You can get as much done with pens and post-its as you can with a computer.