A virologist overcame smears and adversity to stand up for science.
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.
Papers are welcomed for a new cross-journal special collection exploring the links between air quality and lung cancer.
Climate change and fossil fuel use are responsible for hiking up the price of health care beyond what the U.S. spends on defense.
Several obstacles stand in the way of integrating social, health, and Earth science data for vital geohealth studies, but there are tools and opportunities to overcome these obstacles.
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.
Using observations from crowdsourced science and weather location data, researchers concluded that wildfires caused a mass die-off of birds in the western and central United States in 2020.
When most agriculture in the world is rural, getting crucial geoscience information to farmers is a technical challenge that a few organizations are just starting to figure out.