Late rainfall, intense drought, dry riverbeds, more forest fires, less food available — indigenous communities across the Amazon suffer social transformations due to climate change.
Some experts argue that using dead and diseased trees to produce biomass energy will help to restore forests and reduce CO2 emissions.
As the death toll from COVID-19 continues to rise in the U.S., a new report finds that nearly five in 10 Americans are breathing polluted air.
The EPA has released its decision to not tighten pollution standards set in 2012. That's not really a surprise given current leadership under the Trump administration, but the argument employed to defend the decision is remarkable.
Communities residing near coal-fired thermal power plants in Korba are two times more likely to suffer from respiratory diseases amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deterioration in air quality due to smoke from wildfires may lead to more COVID-19 infections according to a March 26 advisory.
The novel coronavirus is rippling through the Chesapeake Bay region, with impacts felt from Pennsylvania farm fields to Eastern Shore oyster grounds.
Industry, individuals and all governments must work together, research says.
Our current crisis reaffirms the importance of weighing the health benefits of eating fish against chemical exposure risks.