Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quoted Dr. Anirudh Ruhil, professor at Ohio University Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, for a recent article, “Experts Are Curbing Pollution by Crunching Numbers”.
These advancements are coming at a time when humans need air quality monitoring the most. That demand has positioned the market to rapidly expand, said Dr. Anirudh Ruhil, professor of leadership and public affairs at Ohio University, an expert in the applications of big data in public policy. The challenge will be convincing people around the world to invest in air quality monitoring resources to benefit everyone.
"Climate does not obey national borders,” said Ruhil, adding that any large-scale efforts to use data to combat pollution must be done with poor and underserved communities in mind.