The Empire State Building is taking its big green journey to the exterior with a green roof system that will reduce water runoff, heating bills, and air pollution.
Earlier this week, PERI released its Toxic 100 Air Polluters, and surprisingly, coal, oil, and gas companies weren’t among the top five.
Chinese officials announced that they will begin enforcing the country’s first automobile pollution tax in Beijing within the year.
Positioned all over the world, these silos would be ready to spread their message of beauty and rebirth at a moment’s notice.
No, really: For Earth Day, Utah’s Division of Oil, Gas & Mines invited schoolchildren to draw posters highlighting the greatness of fossil fuels.
As of Monday, the air in Beijing had been classified as hazardous to human health for a fifth consecutive day. Shocking NASA Images show just how bad it’s getting.
Indoor air can be quite polluted, sometimes even worse than the air outside. Is a “clean room” grade filtration system the answer?
Local data mining and modeling software allow researchers to quantify CO2 emissions at the level of individual buildings and street segments.
Washing your clothes in a high tech laundry detergent can turn you into a human-sized air filter.
Want to stay inside when air pollution is at its worst? Netatmo can help you keep tabs on local air quality, even indoors.