Stephen Holler

Stephen Holler

Jun 29, 2014

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    About This Project

    The Hidden Harms project arose from the idea that individuals might make more environmentally conscious decisions if they were given routine reminders about atmospheric conditions. This research will provide open access data of concentrations of greenhouse gases and other pollutants. The data will be obtained via a sensor network at Fordham University and spread throughout the boroughs of New York City.
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