The environment in your hands: How the SaveEcoBot app helps you stop air pollution

Iryna Chernysh
Prydniprovska TPP. Photo: Iryna Chernysh

“We were told that it was all in vain, nobody was going to spend hundreds of millions of hryvnias on upgrades. But our unity made it happen,” the activist says.

Air Quality Map, SaveEcoBot.com scrennshot

“We understood that easily accessible information about the air quality is a function that users of our bot had long been waiting for. Messages from it can be received either hourly, or when a threshold value is exceeded.”

Pavlo Tkachenko (Save Dnipro), Iryna Chernysh (Save Dnipro), Ostap Semerak (ex-minister of environment and natural resources of Ukraine), Artem Romanyukov (Save Dnipro)

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