During a unique experiment, meeting planner Adrian Segar learned a lot about carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration in a variety of spaces throughout a business trip. Using a handheld CO2 meter, Segar was able to get readings on the levels of carbon dioxide in airports, planes, buses, his hotel, and the conference center throughout his trip.
What was his motivation for measuring this element of air? Segar had stumbled across reports showing the ways that high CO2 concentrations affect cognitive impairment and even risk for COVID. Read about his findings here.
Original article: MeetingsNet