Aug. 20, 2018 10:08AM EST
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By Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
We're very careful about what our kids eat, but what about the air they breathe?
Parents might want to think twice before pushing their babies in strollers alongside busy streets.
A study published Aug. 10 in Environment International by the Global Centre for Clean Air Research (GCARE) at the University of Surrey found that babies pushed in strollers can be exposed to up to 60 percent more air pollution than adults.
California's disastrous wildfire season has surpassed last year's historically destructive season in at least one respect.
The Trump administration followed through on a move long dreaded by environmental groups and several states Thursday, publishing an official proposal to rollback Obama-era vehicle emissions standards and to revoke California's waiver to set stricter air pollution standards under the Clean Air Act, E&E News reported.
Following legal pressure from environmental groups and a number of states, acting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head Andrew Wheeler issued a memo Thursday reversing Scott Pruitt's last act suspending limits on the manufacture and sale of super-polluting glider trucks.