New air pollution APIs are going to be available via openweathermap.org in January 2016.
Taking into account great importance of climate change issue OpenWeatherMap would like to make their own contribution into making this world the better place.
The first version of API includes several data sets: CO (carbon), NO2 (nitrogen dioxide), O3 (ozone), SO2 (sulfur dioxide).
We hope that air condition data, current and historical, give you a great opportunity to create variety of new applications and analytic services to keep an eye on what we breath in real time and if there any improvement over time.
Details will follow soon.