Air pollution causes 200,000 early deaths a year in the U.S. alone.
Researchers believe the Roman Empire was economically stronger—and dirtier—than the much-lauded republic that inspired the founders of the U.S.
Air pollution may play a key role in addressing this issue.
Air in China on Wednesday was nearly too dangerous to breath.
Between 25 and 41 percent of nitrogen oxide is emanating from agricultural lands in California.
Two new studies add to the evidence that air pollution is affecting us.
The U.S. benefits from other countries working to curb greenhouse gases and improve air quality.
Robert Phalen, a researcher joining the EPA’s board of science advisers, thinks clean air is bad for your health.
Experts couldn't measure just how bad the air pollution was because the sandstorm caused traditional measuring instruments to break.
High levels of dangerous pollution have stabilised in China, but are rising sharply in India and Bangladesh.
High levels of dangerous pollution have stabilized in China, but are rising sharply in India and Bangladesh.
People living within 50 meters of high-traffic roads have a 7 percent higher chance of developing dementia.
Poor air quality has plagued the country’s north, triggering a red alert in Beijing.
Metals in air pollution have been linked to damage in children’s lungs.
New figures show 80% of urban populations exposed to 'very high' pollution levels