The latest news on pollution
The ecological dangers and health effects of a bright night are becoming more apparent.
The dangers of a bright night are becoming more apparent.
A national study shows that even little streams can pack a punch when it comes to pollution control.
When it comes to problems with water, sewage, trash, and more, Brig. Gen. James Milano is on the case.
Can steering clear of particles from traffic fumes protect the heart?
I talked with WTOP about artificial light and cancer.
Emerging research suggests that pollutants damage sperm and fetuses.
Nighttime exposure to light may cause breast cancer and other problems, but you're not helpless.
The malignancy is more common in well-lit communities than in naturally dark ones.
Environmental contamination may be linked to high infant mortality, cancer rates.