By Carimah Townes on April 17, 2014
Nonwhite Americans are breathing dirtier air than their white counterparts -- putting them at greater risk for long-term health problems.
By Joanna M. Foster on April 15, 2014
New research uncovers a link between Asia's dirty air and the odd colder weather in North America.
By Emily Atkin on April 7, 2014
"We have not seen, insofar as I've been able to analyze, the administration make a concerted effort to address these concerns," the group's executive director said.
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By Joanna M. Foster on April 6, 2014
Siberia could be headed for an epic wildfire season as an unusually warm spring leads to much earlier than expected blazes.
By Ari Phillips on April 3, 2014
EPA scientists estimated that risk from concentrations in the study would be the equivalent of smoking 1/200th of a cigarette one single time.
By Joanna M. Foster on April 3, 2014
Officials are warning the elderly and people with breathing problems to limit outdoor exposure this week in London as yellow smog envelops the city.
By Emily Atkin on March 31, 2014
"The air is really good, but the time is too short," Feng Lin, 75, said. "I had to stop too soon but it was really great until then."
By Ari Phillips on March 27, 2014
On Thursday, Chinese regulators ordered the country's two largest insurers to stop selling smog coverage.
By Jeff Spross on March 26, 2014
Only 3 out of 74 Chinese cities fully complied with pollution standards in 2013, and the country's capital saw pollution 10 times the safety level yesterday.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on March 25, 2014
According to the World Health Organization, air pollution is now the single greatest environmental health risk.