UNICEF Says 17 Million Babies At Risk From Toxic AirThe global humanitarian group says worldwide toxic air levels in some areas are six times higher than recommended limits
For Environmental Dogs, Sniffing Out Doody Is Their Duty In South JerseySome pollution-sniffing dogs at the Jersey shore have shown they're No. 1 at sniffing out No. 2.
The Surprising Reason To Not Let Your Kids Eat SnowThe study found this is especially the case in urban areas with more air pollution.
Pennsylvanians Share Concerns About Pollution With EPA OfficialsThe hearing on Penn's campus is one of more than a dozen hearings statewide.
USGS: More Data Needed To Assess Any Fracking-Pollution LinkA new study by the U.S. Geological Survey says more data is needed to be able to say for sure if a link exists between unconventional oil and gas development and degraded water quality.
Study Turns Portion Of The Delaware River Green "The purpose of the dye study is so that we can understand how pollution would move throughout different parts of the river under different conditions,” said Dr. Chris Crocket of the Philadelphia Water Department.
Sorry, Carnivores: Study Claims You're Doing Double The Damage To The EnvironmentWant to do something good for the environment? Put down the hamburger.
PA Cracks The Top Ten List Of Toxic Chemicals In WaterwaysPennsylvania has the nation's seventh-highest volume of toxic chemicals being released into its waterways, according to a new report. New Jersey ranks 14th. Now, a coalition of environmental groups is urging greater protection for local waterways.
Feds Step In To Clean Up Gloucester County, NJ Hazmat SiteNew Jersey officials had been working with the Superior Barrel and Drum Company to address a hazardous material problem on its property -- until the owner stopped cooperating.
Code Orange Air Quality Alert Issued For New JerseyThe National Weather Service says the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a Code Orange Air Quality Alert for multiple locations.
Study: Kids Exposed To Air Pollution At Young Age At Higher Risk Of Hyperactivity A new study has found that children who are exposed to higher levels of traffic-related air pollution at a young age are more at risk of being hyperactive.
Report: Superstorm Sandy Released 11 Billion Gallons Of SewageThat's according to a study by the nonprofit science journalism group Climate Central. It says that's equivalent to having Central Park covered 41 feet high with sewage.