Earth's data, now.
Everything humans do affects our ecosystems. And with many of the Earth's systems at tipping points, there must be accessibility and modernization of climate data platforms. Enter Earth API.
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Try it
We are starting with the important greenhouse gases CH4, CO2, N2O, and SF6 sourced from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). You can query the data at yearly and monthly intervals. (select different emissions from the dropdown to see example data sets).

→ See the Documentation
fetch("", requestOptions).then(response => response.text()).then(result => console.log(result)).catch(error => console.log('error', error));
Who is it for?
Earth API is a public project open to looking for active contributors to expand our database of climate information (Link to contact us). We use open-source climate data, but make it available in a near-real-time API. If you have datasets you think we should add or integrate, please reach out!
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Request Early Access to Data Explorer
We want to make our API as accessible as possible. We are building a data explorer so anyone, regardless of their coding experience, can create charts and graphics they need. The Explorer is in a closed Alpha for now, but you can sign up below to get early access.
Earth’s data. Now.
Anthropogenic is proud to offer and support earth.api. The ecosystem data available here impact every living thing and should be shared and expanded for the greater good. We’re all in this together and equal access to information drives us towards a brighter and more sustainable future.