I Object! Suing over Air Quality

Posted on: September 14, 2016 | By Mike Booth

Here’s one for the books. Law books, that is. Environmentalists in the Netherlands have taken an extreme step to call attention to ongoing pollution concerns: They are suing the government. According to their lawsuit, air pollution levels in the Netherlands exceed normal standards and thus harm people. They claim this, in turn, infringes on basic […]

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Not a Gold Medal Performance

Posted on: September 7, 2016 | By Mike Booth

After all the medals and triumph and glory and interminable commercial sponsorship breaks, the 2016 Summer Olympics are finally over. And while NBC focused a great deal of attention on prepackaged and heartwarming stories of perseverance and dedication, print news media covered some of the more alarming aspects of Rio de Janeiro being thrust onto […]

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Paris Pollution Causes Auto Ban

Posted on: August 24, 2016 | By Mike Booth

The City of Lights isn’t always—sometimes the pollution is so dense that it’s hard to see all that famed twinkling. Indeed, Paris has a real air quality problem, so much so that the local government has taken unusual steps. The mayor of Paris has banned all cars made prior to 1997 from the city center […]

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AeraMax Professional Wins Big

Posted on: August 12, 2016 | By Mike Booth

There’s innovation. And then there is AeraMax Professional. AeraMax Professional has won top honors in the North American Office Product Awards for 2016, presented during the SP Richards ABC show in Washington DC in June. The AeraMax Pro III was recognized as Innovation of the Year, and was cited for its exceptional functionality and design. […]

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Changing the Taj Mahal

Posted on: August 10, 2016 | By Mike Booth

One of the Seven Wonders of the World is under attack—and it’s not from extremists or urban rezoning or too many tourists. No, India’s Taj Mahal is being attacked by the tiniest of assailants: air pollution. The monument, once called the White Marvel, is now dingy yellow and brown, thanks to incessant automobile and factory […]

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