Fears over pollution and the risk to the ‘right to the peaceful enjoyment of one’s property’ fail to win over planning official
The new Mayor of London has promised to clean up the capital's toxic air
'If you can breathe them in, they could potentially deliver chemicals to lower parts of our lungs, maybe even across into our circulation'
Bananas and strawberries kept at room temperature for more than a week did not go off after they were coated with a near-invisible film made from silk
Business leaders say the mine will be the biggest private investment project in the North of England 'by a billion miles'
Snapping shrimps are the loudest invertebrate in the sea but risk being silenced by the end of the century
The pigeons monitor air pollution as they fly around the city using senors attached to their backs
Almost a quater of deaths are caused by poor living or working conditions
Rapid rise in the global-warming gas, 86 times more powerful than CO2, is spotted by satellites
Some of the thousands of tonnes of fertiliser released poured into the harbour
Fiona Osgun of Cancer Research UK explores whether a smog can cause serious illness
As many as 99,000 deaths across Europe are caused by indoor air pollution each year
Almost $200 million of extra funding for the water crisis in Flint is ‘not enough’ to fix all the lead pipes, say critics
Leo De Watts is thought to have made thousands of pounds in just a few weeks by shipping air to China from the UK
The emergency spending bill covers extra bottles of water and measuring young children’s “developmental delays” after drinking lead
Water expert and Virigina Tech professor Dr Marc Edwards says authorities knew they were 'absolutely' breaking the law