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    Land and Air Pollution What is pollution? Well pollution is a term we hear a lot and that we are accustomed to but what does is it really mean. (Conserve Energy) We hear about pollution a lot but could you tell me what it is if I asked you? Well I know that pollution is the introduction of a harmful substance to the environment. Pollution is the most reused word used to describe the destruction of the natural air we breathe in and the water we drink and land we live on. (UKessays) Pollution…

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    Effect of air pollution Air pollution affects the health of people and other animals. Air pollution can affect the health of people and animals, destroy crops or stop them growing properly, and make our world unpleasant and unattractive in a variety of other ways. Human health Air pollution is bad think if we think about it. Sometimes the connection between air pollution and human health is clear; an example is in the Bhopal Disaster in India. And one more example is the incident in London in…

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    more than 3,000 people suffer from pollution-related respiratory diseases caused by the wildfires in 2017. A study released March 29, 2017 found that in 2007, air pollution lead to the premature deaths of 3.45 million people worldwide. In many parts of the United States, pollution has reduced the distance and clarity of what we see by 70 percent.The air pollution in South California was caused by the wildfires of 2017. It affected the people by giving them horrible air quality which can cause…

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    Air pollution is a mixture of natural and man-made substances in the air we breathe. It can be divided into two main categories: indoor air pollution and outdoor air pollution. Outdoor air pollution takes place outside the natural built environment. The main types of outdoor pollutions are: Ozone, Particulate matter, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Oxides, Sulfate Dioxides, Lead. The health effects are risks associated with outdoor air pollution varies depending on age and previous health/medical…

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    I believe political reactions to societal issues such as people’s health and the amount of deaths caused by pollution has made a bigger difference in reducing air pollution in the United States. Politicians can create and enforce laws that people must follow, therefore guaranteeing a difference. However, it takes both political and societal reactions to actually make a difference, politicioans may make laws and set regulations but it is up to society to follow them in order to make a difference.…

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    Do you know what are air pollution and its effects on human life and even the environment? Air pollution is one of the virtual problems nowadays and it can damage human life and the environment. Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals, biological materials or other harmful materials into the Earth atmosphere, possibly causing disease, damage to other living organisms such as the built environment and death to human. In addition, most people assume that air pollution is a common problem…

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    areas, indoor air pollution is much worse than outdoor air pollution, Due to the amount of time people nowadays spend indoors, people’s health risks increase due to the air pollution indoors. These are a few of the less known indoor air pollutants (“7 Sources of Indoor Air Pollution”): 1.New carpet. Carpet materials can emit a variety of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). 2. Broken compact fluorescent lights. If they break, CFLs can emit mercury, a neurotoxin, in small amounts into the air.…

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    high risk of lead exposure. Fortunately, there are is no record of any waste sites on the EPA’s official list. Therefore, the area most seriously affected by pollution in this particular environment is air. With that being stated, eighty percent of the days out the year have good air quality and twenty percent only have moderate (Pollution in Your Community). That leads one to question, what cause those moderate days? There are five…

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    For the past nineteen years air pollution has played a significant role in today's society. Before the nineteenth century factories was the center point of air pollution. Along with factories many years, chemtrails in our earthly sky have taken the position of factories. Both chemtrails and factories are known to pollute the air and cause multiple damages to the world. Not only does it cause damages they both play a role in harming many lives without seeing visible and theoretical evidence.…

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    like Chicago, New York and Los Angeles with thousands of daily commuters air pollution is a tremendous concern. The large quantities of air pollutants that the vehicles produce is a big issue. The city of Los Angeles has battle this issue for more than 50 years and they have created many regulations and legislations to reduce smog. Smog is a mixture of pollutants with carbon particles. But one of the best way to increase air quality is using alternative fuel vehicles. Public transportation…

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