Smart Air Filters is a Beijing-based social enterprise that provides affordable, highly effective air purifiers to people throughout China, India, and Mongolia. Founded by Dr. Thomas Talhelm (University of Chicago) in 2013, Smart Air’s mission is to raise general air pollution awareness, and give more people access to cleaner air. Noah Willingham, the South China head for Smart Air Filters, will give a free workshop. The presentation will dive into the science behind air purifiers, pollution, and masks, and will address common misconceptions. Expect lots of new information and many questions answered! Participants can reserve a 200 RMB DIY air purifier to build themselves during the workshop. If you want to order one, please note that in your reservation email before September 12.
Saturday September 23
10:15am Registration, 10:30am to 12:30pm
The Park Tavern
840 Hengshan Lu, near Tianping Lu, 2nd floor
Free to attend talk.
Purchase your own food or beverage at the bar downstairs before the event begins.
RMB 200 if you would like to make a filter to take home
Please email email@example.com by September 18 (or September 12 if ordering a filter), under subject type “Air Filters” and include your membership number, mobile phone number, and WeChat ID. SEA cancellation policy applies after September 12 if you are ordering a filter, and September 18 otherwise. SEA coordinator is Beth Howder, mobile: 150-0017-4461.