Poorer households in India are bearing a disproportional impact from pollution caused by others, results in a study by Yale School of the Environment found.
A common misconception is that electric vehicles aren't cleaner than normal engines, once you consider the battery, but the ICCT says this isn't true.
The unequal distribution of air pollutants in marginalised communities means poor people breathe dirtier air. How can individuals and governments help?
A new study has investigated how urbanisation increases the risks of non-communicable diseases, like heart disease and what cities can do to reduce risks.
None of the countries in Central Asia region meet WHO safety limits for small particles. The World Bank offers five ways countries can improve air quality.
Pollutants reduce life expectancy as well as people’s perception of wellbeing. New figures show how exposure varies across the EU.
Emissions zones, electric taxis, cycle lanes, and road closures have improved London's air quality, potentially saving thousands of premature deaths a year.
A new report estimates that air pollution costs the Indian economy $95 billion per year. Investment in clean tech is needed to save lives and livelihoods.
A new study in Science Advances has explored peoples' exposure to air pollution based on race/ethnicity and income level, which could help address inequities.
There is a lack of data on rising air pollution in cities worldwide – but a new London scheme shows how low-cost monitors can plug that gap and help us improve air quality
New research shows how clean air policy-making generates significant economic and health benefits – and why local and national authorities must act now.
On the 1-year anniversary of the WHO’s assessment of COVID-19 as a pandemic, this climate innovation company says an equitable vaccine rollout and healthy environments – particularly in s...
Efforts to improve air quality are hugely underfunded, but only $10 million is needed to fill the global air quality data gap and improve millions of lives
The Circularity Gap Report 2021 sets out a series of actions that could save 22.8 billion tonnes of carbon and ensure global temperatures remain well below 2°C.