The government initiative is a response to the urgent problem of air pollution, which is both an economic and health crisis.
The three most common causes of death in children are preventable.
We can no longer pretend that Asian air pollution isn’t a global problem.
What’s bad for the environment is also bad for our brains.
Air pollution killed 4.2 million people in 2015 alone.
Our pollution is impacting the way we think.
The country issues its first red alert for toxic smog.
Climate change has been on the radar for more than 20 years, but complete solutions remain elusive. Some scientists are considering geoengineering, the act of making compensatory changes to the Earth’s climate to reverse the damage that has already been done.
Billions of children remain at an extremely high risk of heart, lung, and brain disease if we do not act.
For world's largest air problem, you need the world's largest air purifier.
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