Extreme cold weather has gripped parts of the nation and forced many to stay safe inside. Once inside, it is important to breathe healthy indoor air. Here are ways to stay safe from indoor air pollution.
In 2017, the US faced tragic events like the California wildfires that impacted air quality. There were also some triumphs as nations responded to the growing problem of air pollution. Here is our list of the top 10 air-quality stories of 2017.
We can smell the faintest of musty odors on our clothes and inside our homes. Luckily, getting rid of moldy smells can be quick and easy. Read about what you can do about these lingering odors and improve air quality at the same time.
We are a nation of citizen scientists who will one day use regulation-grade, low-cost sensors to measure and report outdoor air quality to the world. However, what happens when we confront the air inside buildings? We know that air in our homes is more polluted than outside.
Ozone in the stratosphere protects us from the sun's UV radiation, but at ground level, it is a harmful air pollutant. You might even be able to smell it. Read more here about ozone and ways to reduce your exposure.