Air Sensor Partners
The City of Los Angeles leads the NASA-funded Predicting What We Breathe partnership, which includes California State University Los Angeles & OpenAQ among other collaborators.
CAMS-Net is an international “network of networks” that focuses on the usage and application of low-cost sensor air quality data.
ESIP is a community of partner organizations and volunteers that address global Earth science data across disciplines.
Fast Forward mobilizes the resources tech nonprofits need to create positive impact at scale.
Kenyatta University is a public research university, with its main campus located in Nairobi, Kenya.
Inspired by Latin American challenges, LAECESS is an open platform for Earth System scientists committed to open data and community-based scientific development.
OpenAQ is a certified 1% for the Planet environmental partner, which makes us eligible for monetary, in-kind and other support from 1% for the Planet generous business members.
Project Phoenix is a community science monitoring project to study impacts of wildfire smoke on birds in neighborhoods across California.
UCLA IoES supports OpenAQ through its internship program.
UESD is a public University in the Eastern Region of Ghana that specializes in environment, agriculture, and agro-business.
The College of Public Health in UP Manila is co-creating sustainable and healthy communities in the Philippines by educating future health leaders and professionals.
World Resources Institute co-leads the USAID-funded Clean Air Catalyst partnership, for which OpenAQ is supporting data needs.