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The numbers are staggering, and they'll get worse if we do nothing.
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There are not many things more irritating than having to walk around with a soggy tissue stuffed up your sleeve, constantly sniffing, because your nose won't stop running. But now it seems that it mig...
WASHINGTON — A new report from the American Lung Association comes with a clear warning for the Trump administration and Congress: Continue America's fight against pollution or jeopardize public...
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Whilst just two nuclear weapons have been used in war, over 2000 have been detonated throughout 70 years of nuclear weapons testing.
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Air pollution from traffic fumes can be as detrimental for one's happiness as bereavement or divorce, according to a study. Researchers have said the effect of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) on life satisfact...
It's easy to appreciate the beauty of a beach in Hawaii, with its electric blue waters lapping over a coast of golden sand. But hidden in plain sight is a devastating reality, captured in a video by S...
Plastic is a convenience that solves a lot of our short-term problems. Except it is starting to choke us.
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President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order on Tuesday rolling back Obama-era policies to curb planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions, a senior White House official said. The order, call...
RIZHAO, China ― Facing South Korea across the Yellow Sea and beyond that peninsula, Japan, this resort town takes its name from an old poem — ri chu xian zhao, or "first to get sunshine." These...
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They're among the top three most harmful pollutants threatening marine wildlife.
There’s literally no escaping mankind’s mess.
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Oil companies obtained rights to the area before the giant reef was discovered.
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The pollution has put northern China on red alert.
And more than 500,000 of them are dying each year as a result, according to a new UNICEF report.