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Families breathe toxic fumes from California's warehouse hub
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'Treated like sacrifices': Families breathe toxic fumes from California's warehouse hub

"The industry is booming. But the cost is seen through people's asthma, people's cancer and the lack of good jobs," said one local advocate.
U.S. ruling could mean a flood of new claims against Volkswagen
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U.S. ruling could mean a flood of new claims against Volkswagen

Judges on Monday cleared the way for counties to pursue the automaker, which has already paid more than $20 billion in federal penalties for cheating on pollution tests, under local laws.
People living near power plants in Korba vulnerable to COVID-19: Study

People living near power plants in Korba vulnerable to COVID-19: Study

Communities residing near coal-fired thermal power plants in Korba are two times more likely to suffer from respiratory diseases amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Study shows smoke from burning wood along the Wasatch Front dramatically reduced

Study shows smoke from burning wood along the Wasatch Front dramatically reduced

A new study shows Utah's campaign against burning wood or other solid fuel during an inversion has grown increasingly effective.

U.S. Steel to spend $8.5 million to settle Clairton class action
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U.S. Steel to spend $8.5 million to settle Clairton class action

Agreement requires steelmaker to make additional pollution controls at coke works and pay residents for odor and soot issues.

US scraps prison plan for abandoned coal mine

US scraps prison plan for abandoned coal mine

Facing a lawsuit by prisoners over alleged health hazards, the US Bureau of Prisons has aborted a longstanding plan to build a jail on an abandoned coal mine. US activists are claiming a rare environmental victory.
One in ten suffer chronic illness as air pollution in Nepal soars 
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One in ten suffer chronic illness as air pollution in Nepal soars 

More than one in ten Nepalese now suffer a chronic lung problem like emphysema or bronchitis, as a result of worsening air pollution in the country.
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