Glasgow has pledged to become the first carbon neutral city in the UK.
Thousands of mothers, fathers, grandparents and families with babies and children are expected to take to the streets to demand urgent action on climate change.
The mother of a nine-year-old girl whose death was linked to air pollution is to find out if the High Court will quash her daughter’s inquest and grant a new hearing.
One in five new childhood asthma cases in the UK could be linked to traffic pollution, new research suggests.
A “patchwork approach” to pollution charging will be “bewildering” for drivers, a motoring research charity has warned.
The ultra-low emission zone (Ulez) has been introduced in London.
The ultra-low emission zone (Ulez) is being introduced in London.
Motorists and businesses are being urged not to get caught out by a new charge for older, more polluting vehicles in London.
More than two million Londoners are living in areas with illegal levels of air pollution, figures published by the city’s mayor Sadiq Khan show.
Environmentalists are testing water from the river Clyde as part of an investigation into plastic pollution around the UK.
Contaminated land under Clydeside poses an immediate risk to human health because of toxic waste leaking into the River Clyde, politicians have been warned.
Air pollution is a bigger global killer than smoking, research has shown.
South Korea has proposed a joint project with China to use artificial rain to clean the air in Seoul, where a sharp increase in pollution has caused alarm.
A new factory dedicated to turning plastic waste into material for roads and car parks has opened, as part of efforts to tackle ocean pollution.
Glue-like substances secreted by bacteria are sticking tiny particles of plastic together in the ocean to form larger masses, scientists have discovered.
Two Aberdeen streets are among the most polluted in the country, according to new statistics released by a campaign group.
A north-east aquarium is joining others from around the world to tackle plastic pollution.
More than nine in 10 children around the world are living in areas of toxic air pollution, global health leaders have warned.
The UK’s first air-filtering bus, which claims to make the air around it cleaner while on the move, has been launched in Southampton.
Air pollution may be linked with an increased risk of developing dementia, research suggests.
A map exposing hidden litter hot spots around Scotland’s coastline has been unveiled in the fight against marine pollution.
Plans to build flats and a shop near Aberdeen airport have been withdrawn after concerns were expressed about the noise residents would have to put up with.
NHS Grampian has saved more than £4.5 million in medical costs due to falling emissions in the north-east.
A smog-busting device pioneered by Aberdeen academics has been showcased to US senators in a hope it will make factories greener.
Eels exposed to low levels of cocaine in rivers and other fresh water bodies could be getting hyperactive and suffering with muscle damage, according to new research.
Pollution from cars and vans costs almost £6 billion in damage to health each year in the UK, with the worst impact from diesel vehicles, research suggests.
A new Clean Air Act that meets international air quality guidelines should be established by the Government to protect heart health from toxic levels of pollution, a charity has suggested.
Scientists have found a possible link between cot death and exposure to certain pollutants.
A moss-covered bench which can absorb the same amount of air pollution as 275 trees is undergoing trials in London.
Scientists have developed fibre mats that they say can trap chemical pollution.