AirNow International Partners

AirNow International Partners

AirNow-International

AirNow-International is specifically designed for agencies, states, provinces, and regions around the world that are working with air quality data.  It includes two separate offerings: (1) a custom data system for air quality data needs and (2) participation in a worldwide community that shares ideas and promotes air quality awareness.  Click here for the AirNow-International brochure (PDF, 2pp., 62kb, about PDF).
AirNow-International helps countries around the world create a more reliable source of real-time air quality information.  This allows decision makers to better communicate about air pollution, health, and sustainability goals, and to involve the public in efforts to improve air quality.

The AirNow-I System

The AirNow-International system (AirNow-I system) is state-of-the-art software for air quality data management and information dissemination.  The AirNow-I system provides real-time Air Quality Index (AQI) observations and forecasts to help inform the public about the quality of the air they breathe. The software, including worldwide mapping and multi-language capability, allows the system to be implemented in cities and regions around the globe. Contractor services are provided for onsite technical support as necessary.
Click here for a complete list of benefits of the AirNow-I system (PDF, 2pp., 42kb, about PDF) .  Contact Phil Dickerson at Dickerson.phil@epa.gov or John White at White.johne@epa.gov for additional information.
The AirNow-I system is a stand-alone, international version of the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s AirNow system AirNow.gov , which has been in operation since 1997.

The AirNow-I Community

The AirNow-I Community includes AN-I system users and other people interested in international air quality.  The AirNow-I Community is a group of international organizations and agencies that (1) provides direction, standardization, and scientific understanding for the collection, sharing and dissemination of air quality data and forecasts; and (2) promotes AirNow-I development and growth in a self-sustaining and self-supporting environment.

News

Published Friday, 2 Aug 2013

Monterrey, Mexico:

This summer the Instituto Nacional de Ecología (INE), Mexico's national data management center, installed and initiated training on the AirNow-I software suite.  They also conducted advanced AirNow-I software and forecasting training for staff at Nuevo León's Sistema Integral de Monitoreo Ambiental.  These visits are a follow-up to the successful launch of AirNow-International (AirNow-I) in Mexico's pilot city of Monterrey last year.Exit airnow This project was funded by the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC),Exit airnow and is partially sponsored by the U.S. EPA.

Published: Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013 | 11:00 AM PT

Shanghai, China:

The first  AirNow-International (AirNow-I) Community Meeting was held during Clean Air Asia's Better Air Quality (BAQ) conference in Hong Kong in December 2012. During the conference, Shanghai's contributions to the AirNow-I effort were recognized at the AirNow-I Leadership Award ceremony.  

An award was presented to Ms. Jackie Fu (below middle) of the Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center by Mr. Gregory Green (below right) Director of the Outreach and Information Division of the U.S. EPA Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

During the conference, Shanghai's contributions to the AirNow-I effort were recognized at the AirNow-I Leadership Award ceremony.  An award was presented to Ms. Jackie Fu (below middle) of the Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center by Mr. Gregory Green (below right) Director of the Outreach and Information Division of the U.S. EPA Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards

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