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In order to avoid long-term health effects on building occupants and visitors, many governments around the world have enacted, or are considering, legal requirements for monitoring indoor CO2 levels in offices, factories, schools and other workplaces. We explore CO2 monitor requirements and exactly what we should be doing to help keep us healthy. 

Every breath we exhale contains CO2. Because of this, CO2 monitoring is an excellent way to measure the level of ventilation, and the rate of fresh air replenishment, in any indoor setting. High CO2 levels in themselves can cause health problems including headaches, dizziness and fatigue. But when used as a measure of effective ventilation, CO2 monitoring becomes a key tool in reducing the risk from airborne viruses.

An Idolomantis relies on constant temperature and humidity inside their enclosure, not only for their wellbeing but also to help them survive. When the humidity is too low an Idolomantis can sustain potentially fatal injuries during their moulting period. To help maintain a healthy life for the Idolomantis its recommended a temperature and humidity data logger should be installed. 

Mould requires four things to grow: nutrients, moisture, an acceptable temperature range, and time. This paper explores the causes and effects of mould and how to protect buildings, outhouses, boats from its consequences. 

The costs associated with the loss and replacement of compromised vaccines should not be underestimated. According to official figures, during 2018 vaccine wastage in the UK alone had a value of at least £6.3 million. Public Health England accepts this is likely to be underreported and thus the true financial cost even greater.