Addressing Common Asthma Myths
Over 25 million people in the US have asthma, and it's the leading chronic disease in children. We tackle some...
The Increasing Demand and Decreasing Supply of Water
The demand for water is expected to increase while supplies decrease due to a growing population and climate...
Air Pollution, Mental Health, and America’s Aging Population
Air quality affects health in many ways. New research explores the connection between air pollution, cognitive...
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Seeking Sustainable Seafood: How to Make Smart Choices Using the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Guide
Is your favorite type of seafood being overfished? Learn how to make sustainable seafood choices using the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch guides.
The National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted warm, wetter-than-average weather across much of the United States during the 2021-2022
Extreme weather events such as hurricanes, floods, drought, extreme heat, and wildfires are occurring at increased rates due to a changing climate and can
Learn bird conservation success stories from the past that can be applied today to help protect migratory birds facing new challenges navigating North America’s
Learn more about the new normal and how can we prepare for the future impacts of climate change from, Kenneth Harding, Director of the National Weather Service
People are impacted by climate change in different ways. While some may not notice a difference in their health, others—children, pregnant women, the
Global CO2 emissions in April 2020 decreased 17% compared to one year before, and NASA satellite imaging showed significant reductions in air pollution over
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown parents, educators, and caretakers the value of quality environmental education resources for their children. But as the months
We've curated a list of thought-provoking, informative, and entertaining environmental podcasts, just in time for Earth Day.
Move over, Punxsutawney Phil. Groundhogs aren't the only animals known to “predict” the weather. Phil may be the most famous, but he's certainly not the most