This billboard set up at a Peruvian construction zone breathes in the dirty polluted air, scrubs it, then sends it back into the environment.
Nothing quite brings your pollution problem into focus like a botanical garden that needs its own air shield.
Somewhere under all that smoggy nastiness is China, and 1.3 billion people are breathing it in.
Merry Christmas, Earth: your damaged ozone layer won’t be completely healed until at least 2070.
This bike concept's frame converts dirty air into oxygen through a chemical reaction.
A Paris-based startup has announced a device designed to help you root out any possible pollution in your own home.
The Bio-Cleaner2 turns toxic metals into electric power, and is also a giant aquatic robot snake.
Air quality in China has dropped to such low levels that local designers have now scrambled to come up with a possible solution that could save lives in the face of environmental deterioration.
The air in Beijing is now so bad that some residents are using a contraption that looks not entirely dissimilar to stripped-down space helmet.
The levels of air pollution in Beijing have hit such dangerous levels that one British expat was inspired to come up with a unique solution for getting around town safely.