Air Pollution

Experts say both real and fake Christmas trees can change the air you're breathing indoors. Here's how.
Former Trump EPA chief Scott Pruitt celebrated Friday’s Roe v. Wade ruling, despite a career that increased environmental harm to unborn children.
Cities that responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in February saw noticeable decreases in air pollution according to a study by Marc Cadotte, a professor with the University of Toronto Scarborough.
Long-term exposure to high radon levels can cause lung cancer. These at-home testing kits and fans might be able to prevent it.
We asked experts about the importance of improving indoor air quality, then reviewed Consumer Reports to help you figure out what your home needs.
Troubled sinuses, flaky skin and dry throats can all be helped by these expert-approved humidifiers.
Smoke from a fire can have a dangerous impact on your physical and mental health, even from thousands of miles away.
Replacing coal with fuels like natural gas and wood may offer some climate benefits, but the harm to public health remains.
Being able to breathe easy in your own home is a top priority.
The research will likely amplify calls to rapidly transition off of oil, gas and coal for reasons beyond curbing climate change.