Inactive lifestyle linked to ozone-related lung disease

An inactive lifestyle may increase the risk of environmentally induced asthma symptoms. In a new study, researchers found that sedentary rats exposed to varying...

Scientists shed light on the climate-changing desert dust fertilizing our oceans

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Sea spray studied to improve hurricane intensity forecasting

A research team is studying sea spray to help improve forecasting of hurricanes and tropical cyclones. In a recent study, the scientists found that...

Startup to grow fresh 'super-local' food out of recycled shipping containers in Paris

Increasing urbanization, the huge carbon impact of conventionally grown produce, climate change and the resulting rise in food prices has prompted many people to...

Startup to grow fresh 'super-local' food out of recycled shipping containers in Paris

Increasing urbanization, the huge carbon impact of conventionally grown produce, climate change and the resulting rise in food prices has prompted many people to...

Cloud in a box: Mixing aerosols and turbulence

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Worrying traces of resistant bacteria in air

Polluted city air has now been identified as a possible means of transmission for resistant bacteria. Researchers have shown that air samples from Beijing...

Diplomatic global warming: Environmental cooperation during 1970s helped ease Cold War tensions

Scientific cooperation to address concerns about the environment helped to foster détente between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 1970s, concludes...

Salty snow could affect air pollution in the Arctic

In pictures, the Arctic appears pristine and timeless with its barren lands and icy landscape. In reality, the area is rapidly changing. Scientists are...

Indonesian fires exposed 69 million to ‘killer haze’

Wildfires in Indonesia and Borneo exposed 69 million people to unhealthy air pollution, new research has shown.

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