Clean Air for All Community Conversation

Join us May 9th

Project N95 invites you to participate in a guided discussion about indoor clean air, the science behind it, and why clean indoor air is vitally important to personal health, academic success, and overall quality of life. We will be exploring what exactly defines clean air, how to achieve it, and spotlighting our - "Clean Air for All'' program. Join us and our panel of experts to learn more!

Our distinguished panel will include:

  • Dr. Jon Levy: Chair of the Department of Environmental Health at Boston University. His research centers on urban environmental exposure and health risk modeling, with an emphasis on spatiotemporal exposure patterns and related environmental justice issues. Application areas include air pollution, climate change, and COVID-19.

  • "Sri" Devabhaktuni Srikrishna: Engineer and founder of Patient KnowHow. He is also the engineer who designed and tested the open source approach to the DIY air purifier known as the S.A.F.E. Box.

Please Join Us as We Discuss:

  • What is Clean Indoor Air?
  • Why is Clean Indoor Air So Important?
  • Barriers to Clean Indoor Air for Certain People & Communities
  • What is the "Clean Air for All" Program?
  • What is a S.A.F.E. Box?

Project N95 offers these virtual conversations as a partner for empowering people and diverse communities with knowledge, resources, and relationships as we navigate the new normal together.

Listen to or view our past Community Conversations here