The recent EPA decision doesn't just fail sustainability professionals — it will trigger a public health crisis
Royal College of General Practitioners confirms it is to halt investment in fossil fuels in response to climate risks that 'threaten to destabilise our National Health Service'
The US healthcare provider is embracing a raft of clean technologies, and saving money in the process
More than 4.5 million affected, says UN group, while tests suggest children's shorter height increases exposure on busy roads
Mayor's Office announces £1m fund to help tackle air pollution in the capital's worst affected schools, as study finds air quality is worse in some classrooms than it is outside
Professor Russell Viner of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health argues that delivering on the goals of the Climate Change Act would result in cleaner air and lower health risks for children
Efforts to cut carbon dioxide set to usher in radically cleaner air by mid-century
Analysis of green certified buildings reveals they have provided around $6bn in health and climate benefits on top of $7.5bn of energy savings
Heatwaves, pollution and disease are the main health issues linked to global warming but action to halt emissions would deliver huge benefits
Global inventory of nitrogen oxide emissions shows highly polluting diesel cars are 'urgent public health issue'
Study tracking 6.6 million people estimates effect on one in 10 cases of Alzheimer's while those living by busy roads are 12 per cent are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia
NICE proposals to reduce health impacts of air pollution also include removing speed bumps and implementing "no vehicle idling" areas around schools
As WMO warns 2016 very likely to be hottest year on record, influential medical journal launches new initiative to track response to climate 'health crisis'
Leading medical body urges national branches to divest from fossil fuels and promote renewables instead
Report reveals how over half of EU coal plants are still exceeding legal air pollution limits thanks to special exemptions
New Harvard study finds workers in green-certified buildings score better in a range of metrics including cognitive function tests
Green vehicles, energy efficiency and smart waste management help health service slash carbon and save cash
Arup study highlights Hackney, Islington and Tower Hamlets as having populations with highest health risk from rising temperatures
Number of internet searches for terms related to air pollution has leapt up in the past 10 years, study shows
London Mayor launches promised clean air consultation to mark 60th anniversary of Clean Air Act
Cars built before 1997 will face severe restrictions on when they can be driven within the city walls
New figures show 443 schools across the capital now breaching EU air pollution limits, including nearly 90 secondary schools
NHS Sustainable Development Unit identifies 35 areas for both carbon and cost savings across the health service
London mayor reiterates vows to tackle air pollution as new figures reveal unequal health impacts in the capital