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Green Chemistry, as its name implies, is an environmentally friendly practice of using chemistry to prevent pollution. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has created the Green Chemistry Expert System software...
This working paper, created by Denny A. Ellerman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, explores the consequences of cap-and-trade policies, where the total air pollutant emissions of a whole set of polluters are...
This radio broadcast deals with the potential effects of climate change on air pollution, particularly the 'smog' that develops in the summer in the Northeast and Midwest. A research chemist discusses her work in this...
This presentation from green building consultant Duane Woik looks at the health impacts of the environments we live in. Indoor air quality, pollutants, heating and how these may affect our health are examined. The...
75 percent of all U.S. households used at least one pesticide product indoors during the past year. Products used most often are insecticides and disinfectants. In further studies, measurable levels of up to a dozen...
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