Now, when you search “air pollution near me” and related queries, you’ll find locally relevant air quality and conditions. Or, you can search for queries like “air quality in Brooklyn” or “air quality in Boston” to get information for a location that is different than your current one.
Once you search for a location, you’ll see an “air quality” card in Google Search. From there, you can see information about local air quality in that area and those around it, along with details about where Google is getting this information from. The card will also show you when the air quality information was last updated.
“We’re always working on new ways to connect people with helpful information when they come to Google,” a spokesperson from company said in a statement. “We continue to explore ways to make authoritative information on a range of sustainability and environmental topics readily accessible and look forward to sharing more in this space soon.”