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    breathe two gallons of air every minute? In a day that equals a total of 3,400 gallons. What you are breathing in is air pollution. Air pollution is hazardous and it affects the health and the environment. According to the U.S National Library of Medicine, air pollution is a mixture of solid particles and gases in the air. One of its major reasons for air pollution is Ozone, a gas. We get chemicals into the air from factories, dust, pollen, car emissions, and mold spores. Air pollution is a…

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    Solution Of Air Pollution

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    brown clouds and toxic rain? But here it is over a 100 years later and the world literally has made a mess of things, especially the air. Of course cars are not the only contributor, but energy in general is a main source of our planet 's air pollution problem. All world citizens should be aware of this sometimes visible but sometimes invisible hazard in the air that all humans are forced to breathe to some degree. Lucky are those who live away from the cities, as the problem is not as…

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    Air Pollution Causes

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    Discuss the causes for and the effects of air pollution? Air pollution is becoming an important form of pollution in our environment, but before discussing the causes and effects of it we have to know what air pollution means. It is generally defined as the presence of different types of materials in the air that cause harm for humans, animals and plants. The purpose of this essay is to mention how air pollution started and the sources of it, its impact on earth’s creatures, and the solutions to…

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    Air pollution is an ever growing plague upon the world. Every day, hundreds of millions of factories continue burning fossil fuels and natural gas, causing this epidemic to only increase as the years go on. Air pollution is a contamination of the air we breathe. Every day, hundreds of millions of factories continue to burn fossil fuels, natural gases, and coal. In turn, these toxic pollutants cause this epidemic to only increase as the years go on. Emissions from factories are a major culprit of…

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    Air Pollution Controversy

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    Air Pollution Policy and Controversy Rachel Carson boldly warned the American people in 1962 that if the United States continued its agricultural and industrial practices, songbirds would cease to exist. Losing an important part of the ecological food chain would have repercussions, possibly worse than we could imagine. While literature like Silent Spring helped bring attention to environmental concerns in the mid to late 1900s, several fatal disasters struck a stronger chord. Smog in…

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    In the United States, air pollution has been an increasing problem for many years. Although there were many new technologies that arose during the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, there were also new sources of pollution that were established. During the Industrial Revolution, many factories were built in order to manufacture new inventions. Coal was largely used in the factories. The smog and soot from the burning coal caused heavy air pollution. This problem still continues today.…

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    the amount of air pollution much too high. The toxicity of the air in several US cities very sad. Although, many different countries have levels of air pollution that are also unacceptable, by the World Health Organization (WHO) standards. This leads many people too wonder, how bad is the air in the United States? Obviously, the air here is not great, as almost anyone can tell. This is especially true for many cities, according to health.com. But, again, how bad is the air pollution in the rest…

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    (Alford). Air is valuable essence of every living thing on earth, especially the human race. Clean air is key to sustain the equilibrium…

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    Air Pollution Exposure Approximately one million people in New York City, including 300,000 children, have been diagnosed with asthma. Air pollution from mobile sources, like construction equipment, contributes to over 90% of the air cancer risk in New York County. The cost of asthma hospitalization in New York City totaled more than $242 million in 2000. In 2000 there were 26.868 hospitalizations for asthma in New York City. Children ages 0-14 accounted for 37% of all asthma hospitalizations,…

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    such as air pollution and water pollution. In order to develop industries, the consumption of fossil fuels increases. Burning of fossil fuels emits lots of air pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon dioxide, and other particles. Private cars and other vehicles also discharge a large amount of air pollutants. Increasing air pollutants in the atmosphere make it difficult to breathe and cause many other problems in China, especially in some large cities. Air pollution has…

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