Baltimore is no longer the second smoggiest city in the country—and it means the air we all breathe is a lot cleaner than it used to be.
Scientists have announced that Baltimore’s smog levels no longer exceed the limit set by the Environmental Protection Agency, but some people are still at risk from breathing the air.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Environmental Protection Agency complied with the law in deciding which areas of the country failed to meet federal limits on smog-forming pollution that can cause asthma and respiratory illness.
A Maryland panel has advanced new protections against smog pollution proposed by the Maryland Department of the Environment.
A Maryland panel has given provisional approval to new protections against smog, but some environmental groups are not happy that a final vote has been delayed for a month.
A new study by the American Lung Association (ALA) is showing mixed results for the air we’re breathing in the Baltimore-Washington area.
Smoggy cities. Baltimore ranks high in a new report that tracks the level of air pollution around the country.