In the United States, we need strong pollution control standards that are enforced carefully, precisely, and with a deep understanding of the pace of operational change that is feasible for a particular business or locality.
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Columbia researchers are working with the MTA to develop machine learning and traffic models to optimize traffic flow during pandemics.
Switching to cleaner cookstoves can save lives, cut carbon emissions, and promote gender equality. At COP27, world leaders should take steps to ensure universal clean cooking access by 2030.
Even if pollution goes down and climate change is slowed, deaths from air pollution in some regions may still rise.
Banning gas connections in new buildings would have significant health benefits, in addition to helping to curb climate emissions.
Professor Peter Muennig discusses the state of New York City’s streets, and what could be done to make them safer.
An epidemiology student and pediatric dentist who works with marginalized communities, Suliman wants policymakers to understand the importance of oral health and prioritize it.
Getting rid of some air pollutants might aggravate global warming. Here’s how.
A new paper cites dozens of studies on how fossil fuel combustion harms kids’ physical and mental health.