Improve Your Indoor Air

Air pollution is not solely an outdoors phenomenon. The air inside homes, offices, and other buildings can be more polluted than outside.

 

It is common to think that buildings are simple, inanimate entities that do not change over time. This implies that there is little interaction between building contents and occupations and the larger environment. In fact, the true nature of buildings can be seen as the result of a complex set of dynamic interactions among their physical, chemical, and biological dimensions. Buildings are complex systems.

The research carried out by ecologists can be used to further our understanding of our ecosystems. “Building ecology” is proposed here as the application of those approaches to the built environment considering the dynamic system of buildings, their occupants, and the larger environment.

Once we combine the tools of the physical sciences with those of biological sciences, we can gain a comprehensive understanding of how to improve the environment which we spend the majority of our time our buildings.

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