Indoor Air Quality for Vulnerable Population - A Climate Change Innovation Grant

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What is the project?

This project aims to enhance the indoor air quality for vulnerable population through the application of fresh filtered air ventilation. The results will develop new evidence aimed at improving the well-being and educational outcomes of young children and quality of life and resilience of older Australians, assisting in climate change adaptation.

Project team

Associate Professor Priya Rajagopalan

Dr Mary Myla Andamon

Dr Jin Woo


Eco Pacific Pty Ltd

Multicultural Aged Care Services

Regis Aged Care

Victorian School Building Authority

Vasey RSL Care

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Air of mystery: ventilation quality and its impact on aged care facilities

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