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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from pollution, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 1,624 stories have been published about pollution which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

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Climate Change · Ontario

Air pollution linked to more severe COVID-19: study

Coverage: 15 sources
Air pollution linked to higher odds of hospitalization, ICU admission and death, study finds. Study was published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Researchers identified all COVID-19 cases confirmed in Ontario during 2020. Air pollution contributes to 15,300 deaths per year in Canada, Health Canada estimates.See the Story
Imran Khan · Islamabad

Ousted PM Khan leads protest march on blockaded Pakistan capital

45% Center coverage: 9 sources
Authorities block all major roads leading to Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad. Clashes broke out between police and protesters. Authorities had blocked entry to Islamabad, Lahore, Multan and Peshawar. Imran Khan was banned from holding the rally after a policeman was killed by a PTI supporter.See the Story
US & Canada · Massachusetts

Massachusetts sues manufacturers over ‘forever chemicals’

49% Center coverage: 8 sources
Attorney General Maura Healey says 13 companies made firefighting foam containing PFAS chemicals. Healey: The companies continued to make and sell fire fighting foam for decades. The compounds are harmful to human health and polluting the environment. 3M Company says its "acted responsibly" in the manufacturing and sale of its PFAS-based foam.See the Story
Pollution · Cannes

‘Front-row seats to the apocalypse’: Cannes doc takes on Delhi pollution, sectarian violence

Coverage: 2 sources
India's prolific movie industry enjoyed pride of place at the Cannes Film Festival. India sent a high-profile delegation to the Riviera, including a government minister and the country’s ambassador to France. India's film industry produces up to 2,000 movies per year, more than any other country.See the Story
Pollution · Kentucky

Josh Kaul to ask Republicans to OK nine environmental settlements

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
GOP legislators passed a law in 2018 just before Kaul took office that requires the attorney general to get permission from the Legislature's finance committee. Kaul is scheduled to bring nine proposed deals that would bring in $378,000 in payments to the state and local governments on Tuesday.See the Story
Air Quality · Illinois

New Report Shows Elevated Health Risks from Diesel Engine Pollution in Illinois - Respiratory Health Association

As rising summer-like temperatures lead to worsening air quality, a new Respiratory Health Association (RHA) report details how harmful pollution from diesel engine exhaust is making the air unhealthy for Illinois residents to breathe.See the Story
Pollution · Vancouver

Two new UBC start-ups fight plastic pollution

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Two new ventures made up of University of B.C. researchers are working on solutions to the ecological crisis. One is Bioform Technologies, a UBC start-up that turns kelp and wood fibre into compostable bioplastic. The other is A2O Advanced Materials Inc., which is testing self-healing polymers that can prolong the life of industrial materials.See the Story

Hyper-real whale model appears on Whitehaven beach

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Replica sperm whale aims to provoke discussion about pollution and the environment. Art installation has appeared on beaches and shores around the world. It will be on display until Saturday and has already attracted a number of visitors. Many people initially mistook the artwork for a genuine beached whale.See the Story
Pollution · Montreal

New study | Breathing affected even by low air pollution

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Adult respiratory function is affected even by low levels of outdoor air pollution, reveals a new Montreal study that looked at the situation in Canada.See the Story

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