The first national day of air quality in France was held on September 25, 2015. It was one of the actions of the roadmap of the environmental conference in 2014, whose purpose was to involve citizens on air quality.
In this context, the RNSA (French Aerobiology Network) held an information stand on pollen and ragweed in Croix Rousse in Lyon (cf pictures below)!
A hundred people passed through the stand and many documents about allergies, pollens, air quality and ragweed have been handed out.
It was a good opportunity to communicate with the general public about the content of the air in biological particles, and to give some information about their health impact.