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Before the EPA, the US environment was not federally protected. Here are 35 vintage photos showing Los Angeles before regulations limited the damage.
Photos show choking smog in New Delhi, where the air’s so bad that flights had to be diverted and one politician said it’s like a ‘g...
The smog comes from several factors — farmers burning off old crops, vehicle emissions, construction dust, and firecrackers from the Diwali Festival.
Thailand might move its capital somewhere else because Bangkok is getting too busy and is constantly covered in smog
The consideration comes as overcrowding and dense traffic have led to two toxic smog outbreaks in one year.
The US does not have ‘the world’s cleanest and safest air,’ as Trump has claimed. These are the 8 states with the worst air pollutio...
The US ranks 10th worldwide when it comes to air quality. Within the US, California has the worst air pollution.
See how smoggy downtown LA was the day before Trump is expected to demolish California’s attempts to tackle auto emissions
California has the worst air quality than any other state in the US, according to the 2019 "State of the Air" report by the American Lung Association.
You can continue with your daily activities today, but keep an eye out for the daily PSI readings.
In addition to the haze, Singapore is expected to have a “dry and warm” August, with daily temperatures forecast to exceed 34°C on some days.
Air pollution kills more people each year than smoking — but it’s not the only dangerous pollutant you encounter on a daily basis
Today marks the 35th annual World Environment Day, and this year's focus is air pollution. Here's how various kinds of pollution affect your health.
Breathing bad air doesn't feel good, and it also does more than just make it harder to breathe. It can change the way children's brains develop and make older adults more likely to succumb to congnitive decline.
A heat wave on the East Coast could break records — and it’s prompting warnings about dangerously poor air quality
A heat wave is making its way across the US, bringing record-breaking temperatures to the Midwest and potentially to the Northeast as well. Air-quality alerts were issued in New York, Pennsylvania, and southern New England.