1st place for London Air website

The recently updated LondonAir, run by Centre researchers has won first place in Air Quality Bulletin’s annual website review for the third year running!

Each year the magazine reviews over 500 websites and LondonAir was awarded first place in the non-council ('other') websites, which covers all air quality companies, council consortia, pressure groups and central government.

LondonAir have just released a collection of new features and updates to the London Air website that will help all our users get even more from the site.

Combined Nowcast

The combined Nowcast merges nitrogen dioxide, PM10 and PM2.5 particulates and ozone levels into one map. The map displays the highest level of any of these pollutants, at any point in London, allowing users to see the influence of nitrogen dioxide at roadside locations and of ozone at outer-London locations.

London Air Forecast

The forecasting team at London Air have been producing detailed pollution forecasts for London local authorities for over ten years and we are now publishing these forecasts publicly on our new forecast page.

Updated annual maps

The annual maps displayed on the London Air website are the best way for Londoners to understand long-term pollution levels in the capital as well as the areas that are passing or failing the Government’s air quality objectives.

The London Air API

To add to this exciting new area LondonAir are launching the London Air API, an easy and fully documented way for developers to integrate current and historical air quality data into their applications.

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