Air Pollution Creates Alzheimer’s-Like Damage in the Brain

Air pollution is affecting the health of our lungs, our hearts, and even our brains. New studies show that children and young adults growing up in certain cities already show growths, plaques, and tangles linked with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, as well...

Global CO2 Emissions Dropped as Lockdown Was Enforced But the Impacts are Too Small to Count

This global lockdown because of the coronavirus spread profoundly impacts the economy, but it also has an unintended positive outcome, namely, the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) appears to have reduced. It might seem glimmer of hope during such a...

Air Pollution Decreased as Industrial Activity Stopped Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Because of the novel coronavirus outbreak we're currently facing, industrial activity has been shut down, which momentarily cuts air pollution levels all over the world. Satellite images published by the European Space Agency (ESA) depict the before and after state...

Air Pollution Does Much More Harm to Our Health Than Previously Thought

​New research shows that brief exposure to air pollution leads to a shocking number of hospitalizations for a much higher number of health problems than earlier believed. According to researchers from Harvard University, pollution can do damage in our bodies,...

Carbon Capture Technology Pollutes the Air, Stanford Research Data Says

There is plenty of research doubting the plausibility of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as an efficient tool in combating climate change. Now, a report published by Stanford University says that adding CCS to coal plants could be more terrible than having...