Tag Archives: Bankers Hill

From the sensor beat

From the sensor beat

San Diego State students headed out into communities of San Diego to test the air and talk to the residents affected by varying levels of pollutants. The students were armed with homemade sensor kits to measure fine particles and gases. Here are their unvarnished accounts from the field: Barrio Logan Observations by Torrey Bailey (Sensor: Bot) During the month of April, ... Read More »

Bankers Hill air quality in good shape

Bankers Hill air quality in good shape

by Patrick Carr | SDSU student Every morning, San Diego’s downtown and highways are clogged with commuters going to work. That puts a lot of pollution in the air around the community of Bankers Hill. The neighborhood is perched on a hill overlooking downtown San Diego and San Diego Bay. It is surrounded on three sides by major highways, and ... Read More »