A new study looks at how zoning policies, which have long been used to reinforce inequality, are being repurposed to promote environmental justice.
Authorities in Mexico City declared an environmental emergency on Tuesday after pollution reached potentially hazardous levels.
A new report finds that inhaling air pollution doesn't just impact the heart and lungs: It can damage all parts of the body, and cause or worsen diseases.
Two women wear face masks on May 16th, 2019, in Mexico City, Mexico.
The National Parks Conservation Association's new report recommends mitigating pollution and transitioning to clean energy, with an emphasis on fair solutions.
A new book chronicles the rise of extreme air pollution—and the fixes that are helping to clean up the atmosphere
The study shows that the chemical reaction used in diesel filters can increase the presence of nitrogen dioxide—and worsen common allergic reactions.
A new study finds that air pollution caused by fossil fuel emissions is killing millions and disrupting the water cycle.
A green sign demarcates London's Ultra Low Emissions Zone as the charge comes into effect on April 8th, 2019, in London, England.
According to researchers, air pollution kills thousands in the city every year.
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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.
Each time the electricity powers off in Kathmandu, thousands of diesel generators rumble to life, spewing noxious particulate matter, or PM2.5.