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Microplastic pollution found near summit of Mount Everest
Microplastic pollution has been discovered in snow close to the peak of Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain. With plastic debris revealed in 2018 at the deepest point on Earth, the Mariana Trench, it is now clear that humanity’s litter has polluted the entire planet.
Does air pollution affect mental health later in life?
In a study of women aged 80 years and older, living in locations with higher exposures to air pollution was associated with increased depressive symptoms. The findings were published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Canada invests in research on plastic pollution in our environment
Plastic pollution is everywhere. It fills our rivers, lakes, and oceans and harms the wildlife that call those places home. Canadians want their governments to take action on plastic pollution to protect the environment and grow the economy.
Air pollution increases SARS-CoV-2 transmission: Study
Evidence from China indicates that higher air pollution could lead to increased transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), leading to more COVID-19 cases.
Air pollution killed half a million babies across globe in 2019
Air pollution last year caused the premature death of nearly half a million babies in their first month of life, with most of the infants being in the developing world, data shows.
COVID-19 pandemic has led to more ocean plastic pollution
The coronavirus has worsened the amount of plastic polluting the world's oceans.
Pollution killing sea life in Russian Far East
Many dead sea creatures have washed up on beaches in Kamchatka, in Russia's Far East, in what is being treated as a major marine pollution incident.
Russia confirms pollution off Far East amid concern about 'ecological disaster'
Russia told residents on Saturday to stay away from a pristine beach in the Far East due to unexplained water pollution that Greenpeace said was evidence of an “ecological disaster” and had caused some surfers to break into a fever and vomit.
Shocking state of English rivers revealed as all of them fail pollution tests
All English rivers have failed to meet quality tests for pollution amid concerns over the scale of sewage discharges and agricultural and industrial chemicals entering the water system.
In Europe, one in eight deaths linked to pollution: Report
The European Environment Agency (EEA) said in a report published Tuesday that 13 percent of deaths in Europe were the result of environmental pollution.
Research shows air pollution could play role in development of cardiometabolic diseases
Air pollution is the world's leading environmental risk factor, and causes more than nine million deaths per year.
Ambient air pollution increases carbon emissions
A study conducted by Alberto Salvo, an associate professor at the Department of Economics of the National University of Singapore revealed that households respond to ambient air pollution by increasing electricity consumption, which in turn increases the carbon emissions that are coproduced in supplying the electricity.
Fossil fuels not only source of deadly air pollution, study says
Burning fossil fuels account for about 100,000 air pollution-related deaths in the United States each year — but there are other less obvious sources of deadly air pollution, a new study warns.
More than 1,300 English sites exceed pollution limits, analysis suggests
More than 1,300 sites across England are breaching annual limits for harmful pollutant nitrogen dioxide, analysis by Friends of the Earth suggests.
Even small reductions in air pollution help the heart
Long-term exposure to fine particle air pollution is a major risk factor for heart disease and death, but even small reductions in pollution levels can reduce the threat, a new study shows.

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