Volcanic eruptions spread harmful metals in the environment. Now the biggest study to date details exactly where they end up.
Wildfires release pollutants that harm human health. Quality satellite monitoring can help track these pollutants and predict where they may become health hazards.
No todos los residentes citadinos tienen el mismo acceso a los beneficios que brindan los espacios verdes. Para abordar esa inequidad se requiere la participación de la comunidad en cada etapa, desde la planificación hasta el desarrollo y la gestión.
A new study examines the relationship between fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and dementia, finding that air pollution may be responsible for up to 2 million dementia cases each year.
Tree lovers are hunting down the cause of arboreal deaths—and may remake the regional energy system in the process.
Calibrated low-cost sensors in Kinshasa and Brazzaville provide new information on pollution and help scientists model a way to improve access to air quality data.
New simulations show how reducing residential and agricultural pollution outside the Greater Bay Area could improve public health inside this megalopolis and across China.
NASA scientists will be teaming up with epidemiologists in the agency’s first health-focused mission. With satellite data, they’ll find out how air pollution affects health in cities around the world.
Through analyzing radio links signal levels, retrieved surface smoke particulate concentrations can complement limited datasets from air quality stations in improving impacts analyses for wildfires.
Decarbonizing the aviation industry won’t be easy. The coronavirus pandemic complicates the situation but also presents an opportunity.