air quality

Cremated remains lie in the incineration chamber at the Paradise Memorial Crematory in Scottsdale, one of the state’s largest. Partly fueled by the pandemic, the U.S. cremation rate reached 56% in 2020; it was 67% in Arizona. (Kevin Pirehpour/Cronkite News)

Arizona State University
In Arizona, where 16,842 have died in the pandemic, the smoke and the hum of crematoriums working overtime have left some neighbors desperate for relief from the odor and pollution.
SUNY-ESF
This video is about the relationship between airborne microplastics and the COVID-19 pandemic.

When the Cameron Peak Fire raged over the summer, it was obvious that the air quality was not safe in Northern Colorado. But air quality concerns aren't always as visually noticeable. (Photo by Jennifer Clary)

Colorado State University
How can we know if it’s safe to breathe the air that surrounds us?
George Washington University
Research published by PLOS One on March 20 poses a challenge to Sustainable Development Goal 3 as findings suggest that higher temperatures decrease the quality of our mental health.
George Washington University
While a silver lining of the global pandemic, improved air quality, is making headlines across the media, the darker shadow behind this story is the impact past exposure to air pollution has on our bodies’ responses to the coronavirus.
George Washington University
We've all seen the pictures of smog in large cities, but are we properly educated on the threat of indoor air pollution and how to avoid it? This video is to debunk the largest myth surrounding indoor air pollution: the alleged ability of house... Read More
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Killer fog sounds like a plot device from a Stephen King book. Sadly, it's all too real.