Nadja Sayej


One $500 Shirt Could Soon Change The Way You Look At Pollution

”It starts a conversation on how to cohabitate with pollution”

More than 80 percent of urban dwellers live with air quality that far exceeds the World Health Organization’s safety limits, with the vast majority of citizens living in blissful ignorance that as air quality declines, the risk of serious illnesses like stroke, lung cancer, and heart disease goes up. But a new line of pollution-detecting shirts called Aerochromics might just have the potential to change our behavior.

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