The results of a study by Iranian researchers shows that the concentration of particulate matter (PM2.5) as the most important pollutant in Tehran air during the coronavirus outbreak has increased by about 20 percent compared to the same period last year.
Trump administration argues current limits on soot are protective of public health, even as critics say stricter rules are needed to protect vulnerable communities.
COVID-19, air pollution and health impacts: an interview with pediatric pulmonologist Dr. Denise Serebrisky
A frontline pediatric pulmonologist at Jacobi hospital in the Bronx discusses how pre-existing diseases affect her COVID-19 patients, and how air pollution causes or worsens several of those very same diseases.
Moms are nothing if not multitaskers. While sheltering in our homes and juggling even more responsibility for the care and education of our children, we are outraged at Andrew Wheeler's callous disregard for the health and wellbeing of our families.
As coronavirus restrictions closed businesses and reduced road traffic during much of March and April, some of the country's most polluted cities experienced better air quality.
As coronavirus ravages Louisiana, ‘cancer alley’ residents haven’t given up the fight against polluters
As the novel coronavirus ravages the world — and economic signs point to a severe recession on the way — environmental emergencies remain real and capable of creating further catastrophe within just a few short years.
Researchers estimate a climate effort in the Northeast U.S. helped the region reduce toxic air pollution and avoid hundreds of asthma and autism cases, preterm births, and low birth weights.