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Amy Proal Jun 17
Replying to @microbeminded2
I found this study they cite particularly interesting 👉 Children chronically exposed to high concentration of air in Mexico City exhibited systemic + brain inflammation, amyloid deposition + breakdown of the blood brain barrier:
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Shannon Taylor ⱽᵉⁿᶦ ⱽᶦᵈᶦ ⱽᶦᶜᶦ Sep 18
Doctor, Doctor || Music Video || 09-27-2019 || 7PM EST 🦠 Let’s do this 🤘🏻
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The Washington Times Sep 20
"From 1970 to 2018, the combined emissions of the six criteria pollutants dropped 74 percent."
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C&EN Aug 25
They’re finally here! From designing new to detecting , our Talented 12 chemists have done it all. Meet our 2019 class:
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Regeneration Int'l Sep 29
Microbes play a key role in preventing erosion, conserving and breaking down environmental . They also capture and store atmospheric — which might help fight .
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Madeleine Anderson Sep 27
Appalling. Poisoning our oceans. Levels of organic (POPs) are falling very slowly in waters, even tho UK & nearby countries have not used/produced them for decades. Pollutants include , used in paints, also traces of .
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Kiran Mazumdar Shaw Nov 26
Researchers have developed a catalytic converter device using clay that can be fitted into a vehicle's exhaust to reduce the coming from it
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New Pollution Sep 18
Hey there 💚🦠 As we look through everyone RTing our tweets, we’ve noticed almost NONE of you guys are following us! It would mean the world to have your follow! For the rest of the night, WE ARE FOLLOWING & DMing EVERYONE WHO FOLLOWS US! We can’t wait to chat ✨
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Environment Canada Aug 6
We want your feedback on our national inventory of , water, and land . Send your feedback by August 13 to help us improve it:
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Krasnov Sep 26
& poisoned by sea's toxic legacy 💀Persistent REMAIN in Scottish waters, though UK & many other countries have not used or produced them for years Inc. 's & . .
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UN Environment Programme North America Nov 30
While pipelines spills and are obvious threats to wildlife, scientists are discovering there a growing amount of inconspicuous damaging species.
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U.S. Army CCDC Army Research Laboratory Jul 8
“Many of these catalyzed reactions are environmentally important. So you could study them to learn how to remove from an aqueous .” – Peng Cheng . His work is doing this.
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People's Daily, China Nov 29
About 130,000 metric tons of have been dug out from a hidden dumping site on the edge of the , China's 4th-largest, authorities said on Friday.
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Environmental Health Project Nov 14
cracker plants emit high volumes of toxic that, because of prevailing winds, will spread locally & move down river valleys toward . More means more fracked & .
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IPBES Jun 5
Urban and street improve and reduce health risks. 🌳🌴🌎🌳🌲 The absorption of and deposition of particulates can directly benefit human .
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SAMS Apr 9
PhD opportunity We're offering a funded looking at the effects of on . Deadline April 21 for September start. Apply here: Please RT
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WSUOfficeofResearch Jun 6
In a new study of indoor air quality, a team of researchers found surprisingly high levels of , including formaldehyde & possibly mercury, in carefully monitored homes. These pollutants vary through the day & increase as temps rise.
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Elena Daniilidou Jul 19
Data collected from 6000 across Greater Manchester to calculate the economic & environmental benefits They act as a filtration system removing 847tn of harmful air & intercepting 1,644,415 cubic metres of storm water runoff per year!
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China Daily Jan 10
Meteorological conditions in northern China are unfavorable for the dispersal of air , and it will be heavily polluted till Tuesday, the China National Environmental Monitoring Center said on Thursday.
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EU EnvironmentAgency May 28
Did you know that you can see what and how much are released to , and from 30.000 facilities across Europe? Check out register E-PRTR: and help us improve it with this short survey:
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