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“Keeping It Clean: Our Air, Our Health” addressed ground-level ozone, public health and economic development. San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
According to a study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, over two million people die every year as a result of air pollution.
Mission Verde Alliance in conjunction with San Antonio Clean Technology Forum will host the “Keeping It Clean: Our Air, Our Health” forum at Rackspace’s global headquarters, where the public
A high level of air pollution, in the form of particulates produced by burning coal, significantly shortens the lives of people exposed to it.
AsahiGuard AG-E600 is Safe, Effective Alternative to C8-based Products Exton, PA (PRWEB) July 02, 2013 AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.
In the first effort to estimate the overall impact of a city’s urban forest on concentrations of fine particulate pollution (particulate matter less than 2.5 microns, or PM2.5), a U.S. Forest Service and Davey Institute study found that urban trees and forests are saving an average of one life every year per city.
Taking part in the largest U.S. air quality field project in decades, the National Center for Atmospheric Research is working with partners to study pollution in the Southeast.
Researchers have devised a chemical probe that allows for the visualization of an important process in the human body - the generation of hydrogen sulfide, best known for its role in producing that “rotten egg” smell.
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