Launch of People Project report

29th June 2005

People Project Dublin is a study of the level of air pollutants to which Dubliners are exposed during the course of their every day lives. Last year on April 28th the study took a snapshot of Dublin's air quality, using an army of volunteers. The results have been analysed and the report will be launched on Wednesday 29 June at 1 pm by Dr. Barry McSweeney, Chief Science Adviser to the Irish Government. The study was undertaken under the auspices of the Joint Research Centre of the EU and Dublin City Council and was carried out by Dublin Institute of Technology.

The launch takes place in Focas Institute, DIT Camden Row, Dublin 8.

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