Over the past few decades, various studies have investigated the impact of air pollution on cognitive capacities in children.
Restoring native vegetation could cut air pollution and costs, study finds.
Detected levels were far below toxicity thresholds but suggest potential accumulation as it ascends the food chain.
Many California classrooms don’t have sufficient ventilation.
Research highlights that mercurcy concentrations in fish cannot be predicted by emissions inventories alone.
An app used by citizen scientists around the globe to report coastline pollution now allows users to record the specialized marine debris often found in this province.
Twenty years ago, Switzerland ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty. This important agreement is based on a sophisticated network that makes it possible to monitor compliance with the treaty.
The link between Port Pirie’s lead smelter emissions and childhood health issues is well documented, but a new study reveals a possible solution for reducing childhood lead exposure – amending the soil.
There are major gaps in how food waste in tourism is understood and calculated, according to researchers at the University of Eastern Finland and the University of Southern California.
Some two billion people in the world lack access to clean drinking water. University of Calgary researcher Dr. Samira Siahrostami, PhD, is determined to help them.
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