In the United States, smoke from wildfires is undoing progress from the Clean Air Act. In poorer countries, the situation is even worse.
New research finds evidence that exposure to PFAS and phenols increases odds of certain ‘hormonally driven’ cancers for women.
Named tropical storms and hurricanes, which have become more intense, have caused about 20,000 more deaths from 1988 to 2019.
A new mission will provide hourly updates of air quality in the United States.
New research finds children exposed to “safe” levels of three EPA-monitored air pollutants show altered developmental processes in neural networks crucial to some social and cognitive functions.
The South Bronx, referred to as Asthma alley, is battling yet another pollution source: the Canadian wildfire. The wildfire has left the community with increase concentrations of pollutants and ‘orange’ smog.
Theories abound, but there’s no scientific consensus as to what’s driving the high rate of incidence.
In the United States and worldwide, weather systems called tropical cyclones — which include hurricanes and typhoons — have had devastating effects on society.
Dr. Denise Moreno Ramírez, UArizona Leader in Environmental Justice Research, will be Featured at the SXSW Festival
Public health postdoc Dr. Denise Moreno Ramírez, a leader in environmental justice who applies community-engaged research to investigate environmental contamination, will soon be the focus of a new documentary and will be featured by the University of Arizona at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, TX.