The University of British Columbia Centre for Aerosol Research (UBC-CAR) is part of the Canadian Aerosol Research Network (CARN), an initiative formally uniting the collective expertise of leading Canadian aerosol researchers from the University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, and the University of British Columbia.
Visit the UBC-CAR website to learn more.
The Rapid Air Improvement Network (RAIN) aims to remove barriers to effective action by developing and rapidly deploying integrated monitoring that better represent air pollutant emissions and exposures. RAIN’s expertise in engineering, health, building systems, chemistry and policy will subsequently facilitate the development of interventions that can be implemented and tested on shorter timescales.
Visit the RAIN website to learn more.
Atmospheric Research in Climate, Health and Energy Resources (ARCHER) at UBC is a new initiative uniting the collective expertise of leading atmospheric, climate, and health researchers at the University of British Columbia.
Visit the ARCHER website to learn more.