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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In 2019, Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB), including blue-green algae closed all of Mississippi's beaches. Much of the growth of these harmful algal blooms is
With support from a NEEF and Toyota Restoration and Resilience grant, teachers in Durango, Colorado used a major wildfire to help students better understand
If a hurricane hits, are you ready for it? In the midst of hurricane season (June 1 to November 30), it’s smart to think about your family’s safety by making
Do you live in an urban area? If so, you may be living on an “island” – not a tropical island, but an urban heat island. A city of one million people or more
Did you know? The US transportation sector accounts for approximately 28% of total US greenhouse gas emissions. From 1990 to 2016, the number of vehicle miles
The US is no stranger to hurricanes and intense storms—over the past few years, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have left thousands of people dead in their
How can you tell that spring is on its way? Whether you're holding out for the first sighting of a robin, crocuses blooming where there once was snow, or buds
Toyota’s Rick Vernon has headed up NPLD efforts for his division every year since 2005. Here are some of his tips for a successful event.
Squids, cuttlefish, octopi—these sea creatures, known as cephalopods, are famous for their association with sea monsters, their supposed intelligence, and as
On Sunday, February 4, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots hit the field at US Bank Stadium to go head-to-head in the Super Bowl. Before one of