Clarity Movement Co.

At Clarity, we strive to empower the world in their mission to fight air pollution. We do it by making it accessible for cities and industries to measure and understand and take effective action against air pollution.

Traditional air monitoring technologies are bulky, expensive, and difficult to use. As a result, there are sparse monitoring and limited insights on when and where air pollution is happening, which limits effective action to reduce air pollution.

We envision a world where novel sensing technology, IoT and cloud computing simplify air quality measurement, allowing cities and industrial facilities to scale up the number of measurement sites cost-effectively. And we streamline the entire process from measurement to making sense of the data so our customers can focus on how best to use the data to inform policies and action.

Our Air Quality Sensing-as-a-Service solution is currently deployed in over 70 cities across 30+ countries. Some examples of on-going projects:

  • Europe’s largest air quality sensors deployment in Paris, France
  • Community Air Quality Monitoring Network in Richmond, CA with Groundwork Richmond
  • World Urban Forum (WUF-9) Demonstration in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with UN-Habitat
  • #UnmaskMyCity Network in Bangalore, India with Global Climate and Health Alliance

Founded in 2014, Clarity recently closed our Series A round. Some words from our investors can be found here and here.

$80,000 - $105,000 yearly
Clarity Movement Co. Remote
Sep 03, 2021
Full time role
Position Overview Clarity, a Series A clean-tech startup, is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to join our growing team as an Environmental Project Manager to help coordinate air quality projects and deepen existing customer relationships. This position will be remote with domestic and international travel to customers and project sites as needed. Our Company At Clarity, we strive to empower the world in our mission to fight air pollution. We do it by making it accessible for cities, communities, and industries to measure and understand their air pollution issues and take effective action. Traditional air monitoring technologies are bulky, expensive, and difficult to use. As a result, there is sparse monitoring and limited insights on when and where air pollution is happening, which limits effective action to reduce air pollution. We envision a world where novel sensing technology, IoT and cloud computing simplify air quality measurement,...