Regulatory action targeting emerging anthropogenic sources of air pollution is urgently needed.
Pharmaceutical pollution affects aquatic life and public health. New research shows just how widespread the problem is.
Air quality has improved across much of Europe in recent years, but air pollution remains "a major health concern on the continent.
"This is proof that we have plastics in our body — and we shouldn't," a scientist says.
By 2025, 100 million to 250 million metric tons of plastic waste could enter the ocean each year, scientists say.
The number of charging stations isn't a problem in the U.S., byr there aren’t enough electric school buses just yet.