We believe...

  • Clean air is a basic human right
  • Everyone should have access to easy-to-understand air quality reports
  • Air quality reports should be free
  • Air quality data sets should be open #opendata

Air pollution is a global public health emergency. Currently people in India are breathing toxic air that does not meet WHO's clean air guidelines.


Where are India's
most polluted districts?

The health effects of air pollution are staggering. According to a story in The Guardian, air pollution may damage every organ and virtually every cell in the human body. Yes, air pollution increases the risk of heart attacks, lung cancer, asthma and COPD, but it is also known to exacerbate depression and also increase violent crime in a city.

Ludhiana, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 169.7 µg/m3

Moga, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 160.5 µg/m3

Jalandhar, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 156.6 µg/m3

Tarn Taran, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 150.9 µg/m3

Barnala, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 146.2 µg/m3

Sangrur, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 137.0 µg/m3

Amritsar, Punjab

PM2.5 forecast is 136.2 µg/m3

Clean air is a basic human right.