The CleanAIRE NC Community Science program engages
North Carolinians in the fight for cleaner air.
Volunteers in the program take measurements, track, and help interpret the air quality captured by air monitoring devices. This allows us to collect data about the air we share. All across the state, scientists and change-makers can use the data we collect to make a difference in the air we breathe.
The Community Science Advisory Board is involved in strategic planning for the future of the citizen science program. Current Advisory Board members include technical experts on air monitoring technology, citizen science engagement, and GIS and mapping expertise. We are especially interested in working with experts throughout different regions of North Carolina. If you or someone you know would like to serve on our Advisory Board, please Daisha Wall at [email protected].
Meet our Advisory Board members from across the state: