In a document, the Institute analyzes the states of the Federation and finds many of them in adverse situations in relation to the ability to carry out the monitoring

The Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEMA) has launched the document entitled “Recommendations for the expansion and continuity of monitoring networks of the air quality in Brazil.” The material seeks to contribute to the overcoming of the main difficulties of the monitoring and is the result of the observations of IEMA in the process of preparation and maintenance of the Air Quality Platform. Brazil has an insufficient monitoring network and the states, which are the most responsible for the management of the air quality according to the Brazilian legislation, find themselves in different situations in relation to their ability to carry out the monitoring. Many localities with more than one million inhabitants, including capitals, do not know the quality of the air that they breathe.

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