Clean Air for Urban Liveability

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Understand how cities can improve urban air quality to support the health and wellbeing of its citizens.

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Discover how urban mobility impacts air quality

The quality of the air we breathe can have a considerable impact on health and wellbeing and the consequent liveability of our cities. Studies show there are a number of factors impacting air quality, including the burning of fossil fuels, industrial facilities, diesel emissions, gases, and vapours, as well as dust.

On this three-week course, you’ll discover how urban mobility impacts air quality in cities, and how this relates to population health and city liveability. Finally, you’ll explore how cities can take action against air pollution.

Learn how to improve air quality

You’ll delve into the many factors contributing to poor air quality before unpacking the techniques for improving it, such as ecological buffers on roads with high car traffic.

You’ll also learn the approaches to measuring air quality to ensure you know the extent of the problem. With this knowledge, you’ll learn how to engage with citizens to help garner support.

Understand how outside air affects indoor air quality

The quality of the air outside also impacts the quality of the air we breathe indoors. Therefore, it’s important to consider how both can be improved.

You’ll understand how to use new design tools and concepts to apply to your work to improve both indoor and outdoor air quality.

Delve into population health with RMIT University

Finally, you’ll gain an understanding of what makes a city vulnerable when it comes to air quality and population health. With this knowledge, you’ll learn to identify different policy and city interventions, and their level of impact.

Guided by the experts at RMIT University, you’ll finish the course with a sound understanding of how air quality impacts urban liveability and the techniques you can use to improve air quality.

Who is the course for?

This course is designed for those working in or interested in working in urban mobility and sustainable urban development.

You could either work in the private sector such as a designer or in the public sector such as a civil servant.

Clean Air for Urban Liveability

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