by Joanna M. Foster May 27, 2014
In the latest desperate bid to clean up China's toxic skies, the government announced on Monday that over five million of the country's oldest, most polluting cars are headed to the dump.
by Emily Atkin May 16, 2014
If met, the goal would increase installed solar capacity in China by about 50 gigawatts, about the amount of energy it takes to power 12.8 million homes.
by Jeff Spross Apr 25, 2014
The update is the first change to the anti-pollution law since 1989, and expands its scope along with its ability to punish individual and corporate polluters.
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 22, 2014
Governor Tom Corbett's administration has proposed new regulations designed to bring the state's air quality up to national standards, but some coal plants will be able to pollute 40 percent more than they do now.
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 15, 2014
New research uncovers a link between Asia's dirty air and the odd colder weather in North America.
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 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 Mar 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 Mar 27, 2014
On Thursday, Chinese regulators ordered the country's two largest insurers to stop selling smog coverage.
by Jeff Spross Mar 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 Ryan Koronowski Mar 15, 2014
Unseasonably warm weather and too much dangerous pollution have led to some drastic response measures in Europe this weekend.