Where we are

The Aires Nuevos network has established strong partnerships in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay.

The Aires Nuevos network has established strong multi-stakeholder partnerships that include local governments, universities and communities in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay.

The network currently includes 28 municipalities and 14 universities from eight Latin American nations. There are 95 air quality sensors in place.

The air pollution sensors are placed in outdoor areas with a high concentration of children, such as kindergartens, health centers, parks, and other such places. Each territory selected its installation location based on its specific measuring requirements. Some communities have chosen preschools for children, as well as residential neighborhoods, foster homes, and health centers.

Improved air quality monitoring and projected Air Quality Local Plans will benefit 1,491,237 estimated children under the age of four and around 22,980,150 estimated people in total.

SENSORS PLACES
Civic Centers 5
Cultural Centers 3
Elementary 1
Foster Homes 3
Health Centers 8
Park/housing 9
Park/Playground 4
Preschools 55
Schools 11