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Information portals

Access key data and information from the ecosystem  


31 portals found

Environmental Insights Explorer
AQ data AQ Management AQ Monitoring
Google and its partners have mapped street-by-street air pollution in Hamburg, Dublin, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London, and Bengaluru. Air quality can vary by as much as 800% between and within city streets. Developing a deeper understanding of air quality can inform actions to make things better.
Portal for Regulation of Air Pollution in Non-Attainment Cities (PRANA)
The PRANA portal, hosted by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) aids in tracking the progress of the implementation of India's National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) across non-attainment cities in India. It supports the tracking of physical as well as financial statuses of the implementation of city clean air action plans, while also aiding in disseminating information on air quality management efforts under the NCAP.
NCAP Tracker
Clean Air Action Plan NCAP
The NCAP Tracker, hosted by ClimateTrends and Respirer Living Sciences, is a policy tracker with updates on the implementation of India's National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) and its effectiveness. It analyses air quality data compiled from government-run monitoring stations and reviews the programme’s progress in achieving its targets for 2024.
Emission Inventory AQ Management
UrbanEmissions.Info is an online data and information portal that aims to share knowledge on air pollution in India, publish science-based air quality analyses, as well as advocate for and build awareness on air quality management, while attempting to further local, national and international partnerships.
IndAIR - Indian Air Quality Studies Interactive Repository
The IndAIR portal, hosted by the CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-NEERI) and the CPCB, targets promoting science as a tool for air pollution mitigation by serving as a platform for air quality research in India across domains, so as to aid in providing a better understanding of the air pollution crisis.
System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR — India)
Public Awareness Emergency Response
The SAFAR India portal, hosted by the Ministry of Earth Science, Govt. of India and the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), aims to provide location-specific information on air quality in real-time, as well as forecasts in combination with the early warning system on weather parameters. With the help of active collaboration with local municipal corporations, educational institutions and governmental agencies in every city, the portal aims to increase awareness among citizens regarding the air quality in their city well in advance so that appropriate mitigation measures and systematic action can be taken up.
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