This section includes information on the issues surrounding air quality, the use of cost-benefit analysis with regards to air pollution, changes to governmental agencies addressing air quality, innovations reducing emissions, changes to federal air quality regulations, and the level of success of market-based environmental policy instruments.

GCN, November 9, 2018

Of the 9,000 children in Denver's public schools, 11.3 percent have asthma, costing local families about $30 million a year. To identify the connection between poor air quality and the respiratory condition, the city is looking to the internet of things.