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A new study uncovers an underappreciated source of air pollution in the Golden State: fertilized soil.
The suit claims that sources of air pollution located within Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia are contributing to smog in New York and Connecticut.
In New Delhi, a group of runners used an assortment of gear to run a race through an air quality crisis that blanketed the city in smog.
Serious crimes are more likely to occur in neighborhoods downwind of air pollution, according to a new study.
U.S. regulators are now dinging Volkswagen for cheating on nitrogen oxides emissions tests. Data shows that officials are right to be upset.
By air or water, pollution from power plants is a problem no matter which exit it takes.
A panic over renewable energy and billions in subsidies turned the world’s biggest carbon emitter into the world’s largest solar panel maker nearly overnight—but that doesn't mean those panels were put to use.
New Spanish research finds young brains develop faster if kids have more exposure to the natural world.
The current EPA restrictions on air pollution levels aren't low enough to protect people from the harmful effects of air pollution.
More warming in the atmosphere means more stagnant days—and that means worse air pollution.