Air pollution has long been linked to a higher risk of stroke. A recent study examines the effect of air pollution on the stroke trajectory, including cardiovascular events following the first stroke and death.
To solve the ever-growing problem of plastic pollution, researchers have created new biodegradable polymers intended to replace traditionally utilized plastic
According to a recent study, pollution from anthropogenic sources increases health risks and is a significant climatic factor throughout the Middle East.
Aerosols in the air, produced by burning fossil fuels, resulted in the climate being 0.5 °C cooler in 2019 than without them.
As wildfire occurrences have increased, as do the pollutants from burned watersheds in the water. This was noted by researchers in a review paper that indicates the requirement for more research in this field.
Scientists in China have developed a new integrated system to reduce transportation-based carbon emissions.
According to research presented at the ESMO Congress 2022, a new mechanism has been recognized through which very small pollutant particles in the air may cause lung cancer in people who have never smoked.
MIT researchers are attempting to develop a CO2 reduction strategy that will enable them to ‘upconvert’ this greenhouse gas into a useful rather than a detrimental product.
Scientists from the University of Gothenburg, among other places, are cautioning that forests on nutrient-poor land will not be a supplementary carbon sink in the long term.
In new research reported in SPIE’s Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, researchers illustrate their findings in the Fire Influence on Regional to Global Environments and Air Quality (FIREX-AQ) field campaigns in 2019.