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Tag Archives: American Lung Association (ALA)
Nearly 120 million people in US exposed to unhealthy levels of soot and smog – report
American Lung Association’s study also found great disparity between coasts, with 10 of 11 most polluted counties in California The climate crisis has upended progress on improving air quality, with one in three Americans currently living in areas with harmful … Continue reading
Report: The West Is the Worst for Air Quality
Thanks to longer fire seasons and increasingly intense blazes, Western states are experiencing the nation’s worst air quality. Kylie Mohr describes the findings of a report from the American Lung Association that assesses air quality around the United States. “Its … Continue reading
Four in 10 Americans live in counties with unhealthy air pollution levels
Fairbanks, Alaska, Los Angeles and California cities get F rating American Lung Association tracks particle and ozone pollution New research from the American Lung Association finds that more than four in 10 people – a whopping 135 million in the … Continue reading
Most air polluted places in the country
Air pollution has been a problem since the industrial revolution hit America in the 1800s. The BBC reports that more than 5.5 million people worldwide die prematurely each year due to air pollution, so this really is nothing to take lightly. According to … Continue reading
More than half US population lives amid dangerous air pollution, report warns
American Lung Association’s ‘state of the air’ report finds 166 million Americans are living in unhealthy ozone or particle pollution with serious health risks More than half of the US population lives amid potentially dangerous air pollution, with national efforts … Continue reading
The Terrifying Truth About Air Pollution and Dementia
“WE SHOULD GET out of here,” says air pollution chemist Eben Cross. At 7 a.m. on this cold November day the wind blows steadily through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Cambridge campus, cutting through our thin jackets. But Cross isn’t … Continue reading
Is city biking hazardous to your health?
People used to say that exercising in New York City was like smoking a pack of cigarettes. Luckily, conditions have vastly improved, according to a recent NYC Health Department report, but some areas of the city continue to have high … Continue reading
New air quality rating raises concerns
When the air quality in Santa Cruz County was given an “F” by the American Lung Association earlier in the year, people took notice. After all, residents were use to an “A” based on the Santa Cruz Mountains’ barrier to … Continue reading