QAES case studies – 2 (Video 7)

This school was selected as it has an overheating problem in the summer months. We wanted to analyse this issue in greater depth, in terms of both air quality and thermal comfort. The proposed measures were directed towards low-impact solutions and reversibility. Upon completion of the first monitoring, the CO2 concentrations of two classrooms with different teaching methods were compared. Results indicated that CO2 concentrations were lowest in the classroom where the teaching approach included the greatest number of outdoor activities. []

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This operation is co-financed by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund, the Italian State, the Swiss Confederation and the Cantons under the Interreg V-A Italy-Switzerland Cooperation Program.