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Smog and pollen: Double-whammy for 127 million Americans
About 40% Americans live in counties where a “double whammy” of unhealthy levels of smog and ragweed pollen — both tied to climate change — combine to threaten respiratory health, a Natural Resources Defense Council report released Tuesday finds. “Today, 127 million Americans live … Continue reading
Hot temperatures provoked air pollution alert in Maine over the weekend
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued on Friday an air quality alert due to unhealthy ground-level ozone concentrations in the air along the Maine Coast from Kittery to Acadia National Park. The federal Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday at … Continue reading
Drivers May Pay for Next Step in Fight Against Air Pollution
Some U.S. drivers may soon see a new expense at the gas pump: the cost of taking the global-warming fight on the road. New York and four other states are exploring ways to put a price on the air pollution … Continue reading
Poor Air Quality Predicted for Southern New England
Unhealthy air quality is predicted for the southern portions of Connecticut and Rhode Island, and the south coast of Massachusetts, including Cape Cod and the Islands during August due to ground-level ozone. “With the return of high temperatures, we predict … Continue reading