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Air Pollution Takes a Global Toll on Heart Health

By Nicholas Bakalar

Researchers calculate that 14 percent of all cardiovascular events and 8 percent of cardiovascular deaths are attributable to air pollution.

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Only slight improvements in German nitrate levels

By Florence Schulz

This week, Germany must report the nitrate levels of its groundwater to the European Commission. According to media reports, the trend is slightly positive but even the Commission admits that a comparison with other EU countries is difficult. EURACTIV Germany reports.

How Cities Are Trying to Avert Gridlock After Coronavirus Lockdowns

By Somini Sengupta and Brad Plumer

Officials are trying to prevent a return to urban gridlock and pollution as residents begin to travel again.

How Cities Are Trying to Avert Gridlock After Coronavirus Lockdowns

By Somini Sengupta and Brad Plumer

Officials are trying to prevent a return to urban gridlock and pollution as residents begin to travel again.

Kirk Smith, Towering Figure in Environmental Science, Dies at 73

By Katharine Q. Seelye

Dr. Smith’s meticulous research established household pollution as one of the leading causes of disease and death in the developing world.

Kirk Smith, Towering Figure in Environmental Science, Dies at 73

By Katharine Q. Seelye

Dr. Smith’s meticulous research established household pollution as one of the leading causes of disease and death in the developing world.

Toxic Ghosts

By Dana Jennings

My father and I worked for years at a factory that became a Superfund hazardous-waste site. We’re still feeling the repercussions.

Toxic Ghosts

By Dana Jennings

My father and I worked for years at a factory that became a Superfund hazardous-waste site. We’re still feeling the repercussions.

E.P.A. Won’t Regulate Toxic Compound Linked to Fetal Brain Damage

By Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport

The move was widely expected after The New York Times reported last month that the agency’s administrator had decided to effectively defy a court order.

E.P.A. Won’t Regulate Toxic Compound Linked to Fetal Brain Damage

By Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport

The move was widely expected after The New York Times reported last month that the agency’s administrator had decided to effectively defy a court order.

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