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Exposure to wildfires increases risk of cancer
Living near regions prone to wildfires may boost risk of developing lung cancer and brain tumors A new study from McGill University finds higher incidence of lung cancer and brain tumors in people exposed to wildfires. The study, which tracks … Continue reading
Canadians Gain ‘Immense Health Benefits’ From Cutting Traffic Air Pollution, Doctors Say
Scientific evidence “unequivocally” indicates a need for decisive action to protect Canadians from the adverse health effects of traffic-related air pollution, says a new report prepared by doctors calling for a shift to electric vehicles and greener, more walkable cities. … Continue reading
Report Finds that 97 Percent of Global Cities Did Not Meet Latest WHO Air Quality Guideline
The 2021 World Air Quality Report finds that only three percent of cities and no single country met the latest World Health Organization’s (WHO) PM2.5 annual air quality guideline. The report analyzes PM2.5 air pollution measurements from air monitoring stations … Continue reading
Could more nature and less air pollution prevent ADHD?
A study tracing the early lives of roughly 30,000 children in Metro Vancouver has found lower access to green space and increased levels of air pollution lead to higher levels of ADHD The less air pollution and more green space … Continue reading
Air pollution body to crack down on black carbon
The convention on air pollution is due to issue voluntary measures this week to curb black carbon emissions. The convention on air pollution will be meeting from 6 to 8 December in Geneva, where it will adopt guidelines on how … Continue reading
Researchers develop method to better predict when wildfire smoke affects residents
Last month, New York City and other cities along the east coast experienced some of the worst air pollution in the world. The cause? Wildfires in Canada, California, and Oregon so large they produced smoke that drifted thousands of miles. … Continue reading
Air quality advisory for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley remain in effect
The Air Quality Advisory that was issued on Sunday remains in effect for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley as wildfire smoke moves into the region. The regional authority of Metro Vancouver issued the advisory due to “high concentrations” of fine particulate matter … Continue reading
Doctors, air pollution experts forecast worsening health effects of wildfire smoke
Advice for a five-day episode doesn’t work when you’re talking about an entire potential season Health experts warn that a shift in mindset and new solutions are needed as exposure to smoke from bigger wildfires becomes a regular occurrence. While … Continue reading