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March 2017

This is a major benefit cutting air pollution can have on children A “congestion tax” that discourages downtown driving not only cuts traffic and pollution, but also sharply reduces children’s asthma attacks. World Economic Forum Consequences of a price incentive  Continue reading »

February 2017

  New Research Shows How ‘Atmospheric Rivers’ Wreak Havoc Around The Globe An “atmospheric river” is a colorful term for a sinuous plume of moisture that travels up from the tropics — a single plume can carry more water than  Continue reading »

January 2017

  We Need Science-Informed Leadership What can you do about? A lot. So go get started… Scientific American Regional and global sea-surface temperatures during the last interglaciation Understanding how warm intervals affected sea level in the past is vital for  Continue reading »

December 2016

NASA Just Created a Stunning New 3-D View of CO2 It’s been clear that carbon dioxide is changing the climate. Now how it moves through the atmosphere is clearer than ever thanks to NASA scientists, satellites and supercomputers. Climate Central  Continue reading »

November 2016

Warming up: new research points to a more sensitive climate to rising CO2 Climate models may be underestimating how sensitive the planet is to rising greenhouse gas levels, with new research suggesting the pace of global warming is about to  Continue reading »

October 2016

Clean up energy innovation Agree on definitions and baselines to track investments in decarbonizing the world’s energy system, urge Lucien Georgeson, Mark Maslin and Martyn Poessinouw. Nature The Paris climate agreement is entering into force. Now comes the hard part.  Continue reading »

September 2016

  Effects of a warming Arctic Recent years have seen a series of unusually cold winters in northern mid-latitudes, including the eastern United States, where they have been accompanied by extremely heavy snowfalls. Some atmospheric scientists have argued that such  Continue reading »

August 2016

For the first time, air pollution emerges as a leading risk factor for stroke worldwide Every year, approximately 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke — of these, nearly six million die and five million are left with permanent disability.  Continue reading »

July 2016

Worldwide Extraction of Materials Triples in Four Decades, Intensifying Climate Change and Air Pollution “The alarming rate at which materials are now being extracted is already having a severe impact on human health and people’s quality of life,” said IRP  Continue reading »

June 2016

Urgent action needed to stop terrifying rise in air pollution, warns OECD Inhaling tiny air pollutants reduces the life expectancy of Indians by an average of 3.4 years, with Delhi residents losing 6.3 years, the most of all states, according  Continue reading »



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