Air Pollution

A street is flooded during the passing of Hurricane Irma on September 6, 2017, in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

Asthma Rates Rise in Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria

Doctors and public health officials say they have never seen anything like this.

A plume of exhaust extends from a coal-fired power plant built in New Eagle, Pennsylvania.

REPORT: How Pollution Trading Harms Black and Latinx Communities

A new analysis examines how corporations buy their way out of reducing emissions.

The Clean Air Task Force partnered with the League of Latin American Citizens, Earthworks and the National Hispanic Medical Association to create this report released yesterday.

New Report Sheds Light on Fossil Fuel Industry's Effect on Latinx Communities

High asthma, low insurance rates and close proximity to oil and gas facilities make for a dangerous combination.

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REPORT: Air Pollution Kills More People Worldwide Than AIDS, Tuberculosis and Car Accidents Combined

Developing countries bear the brunt of the problem, but the United States has plenty of work to do to clear the air.