Issue: Liveability of human settlements - Indoor air quality
This is an issue under the Human settlements theme of the Data Reporting System.
Liveability can be defined as the degree to which a human settlement provides a safe, inclusive and environmentally benign basis for the social and economic life of all its citizens. As the places where the majority of humans live, the liveability of human settlements is important in determining both the quality of life of the residents and the economic competitiveness of the settlement. In Australia, people spend a good deal of their time indoors, either at home or at work. The quality of the air they breathe indoors is a significant aspect of the quality of their lives.
- HS-75 Research/studies of air quality of indoor air in buildings
In the absence of any comprehensive measurement of indoor air quality across Australia, some specific studies of air quality may provide insight into this issue.
- Human Settlements - Liveability of human settlements- Air quality
- Atmosphere - Air quality- Urban air quality
- Atmosphere - Air quality- Regional air quality
- Atmosphere - Air quality- Air quality - pressures and responses
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