EPA’s Scott Pruitt names advisers who may jeopardize key environmental moves but will take a new look at our clean air policies.
A study from Barcelona suggests that exposure to air pollution on the way to school can damage children’s cognitive development.
Doctors may one day be able to model the cell-level effects of exposure to traffic-related air pollution using telomere length in our cells.
Pollution, resulting in high nitrogen levels in the Chesapeake Bay estuary in Maryland, did not start building after World War II but about a hundred years earlier.
An encyclical has been issued from the Holy See in Rome, saying we should take action to stop causing climate change. Finally!