Vehicle Pollution Disproportionately Affects People of Color in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
A report from the Union of Concerned Scientists finds that, across 12 states, non-white residents bear disproportionate pollution from cars and trucks.
Trump's Ethanol Deregulation Could Hurt More People Than It Helps
Ethanol won't save us from oil dependence—or climate change.
Silent Killer: In London, Air Pollution Has Become a Matter of Life and Death
According to researchers, air pollution kills thousands in the city every year.
Germany Fines Volkswagen $1.2 Billion for Cheating Diesel Emissions
Because of Volkswagen's deceptive actions, 10.7 million defective vehicles were sold to customers around the world.
The EPA Plans to Weaken Fuel Emissions Standards. California Plans on Fighting Back.
The effect of lax federal fuel standards on the climate fight depends largely on the fate of the California waiver.
Could Climate Change Be Behind the Rise in Traffic Deaths?
A new study seems to suggest so.
What Cheating Emissions Standards Tells Us About Ourselves
To understand the outrage over the Volkswagen scandal and recall, consider the meat industry.
Why Does the Gas Station Across the Street Have Higher Prices?
A combination of location, credit card fees, and brand: basically, nothing worth paying for.
Does Expensive Parking Really Discourage City Driving?
A pioneer large-scale study suggests the common strategy to get people riding public transportation does, in fact, work.