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We have already reported on tipping points and their properties in a previous blog post. What they are and what significance they already have for our environment. Since we would like to report in more detail about tipping points, we are dedicating a separate series to this topic – “Tipping Points in Detail”. In the […]
Proven regulatory-grade accuracy of the digital method of measuring air quality opens up new opportunities for public services Hawa Dawa has been confirmed by TÜV Süd to apply a digital measurement method, which is suitable for carrying out measurements according to the German Federal Immission Control Act (39th BImSchV – the German national legislation enforcing […]
In its report published in April, the European Environment Agency (EEA) presents air pollution levels by pollutant in 2020 and 2021. Pollutant concentrations are presented in relation to EU air quality standards and WHO guidelines. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has already adjusted its recommendations significantly downwards in autumn 2021, considering the latest research findings […]
Hawa Dawa enters into a partnership with Swisscom, one of Switzerland’s largest integrated ICT providers headquartered in Ittigen, close to the capital city, Bern. We will cooperate with Swisscom to offer regulatory-grade air quality monitoring networks to Swiss customers.
This year’s „Earth Day“, officially named „Mother Earth Day“, is the first one celebrated within the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. Ecosystems support all life on Earth. The healthier our ecosystems are, the healthier the planet – and its people. Restoring our damaged ecosystems will help end poverty, combat climate change and prevent mass extinction. […]
For 52 years, Earth Day has been celebrated on 22 April in over 190 countries. The aim of the day is to raise people’s awareness of the importance of the Earth and the ecosystem and the consequences of environmental degradation in all its facets. People should rethink their own behaviour and question their everyday conduct.