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San Isidro National High School
San Isidro, Davao Oriental

Air Pollution: A Threat To Humanity

BY:
Ariel Saetarios
Michelle Barayan
Arnold Ruelo
Lily Rose Largo
Juvelyn Parami

A Research Paper in EnglishIV
Presented to:
Mrs. Mildred Gonzaga
February 2013

OUTLINE
I. Introduction
A. Significance of the study
B. What is air pollution
C. Formation and production of air pollution
D. Function and significance of air pollution
II. Causes of air pollution
A. Manufacturing
B. Fossil fuel
C. Automobiles
III. Effects of air pollution
IV. Preventing air pollution
V. Conclusion
Bibliography

INTRODUCTION:
“All of us have experienced air pollution. Perhaps riding in a jeepney, we see a bus pass by with a trail of heavy block smoke or you may have seen the smoke attack of a factory emitting this black smoke. But even in rural areas, air pollution may be present volcanic eruptions, dusty roads or burning of trash are sources of pollution.”1

The factories, motor vehicles, volcanic eruptions, dust from soil and trash from the garbages are some of the sources of air pollution. It may lead to lung cancer, chronic bronchitis and the respiratory diseases and coronary disease to human.

Clean air is important to all living things. Lately, the air around us that cities and industrial centers has been found to be contaminated with poisonous gases and other harmful materials. Substances other than what is normally present in clean air are called “air pollutant”.2

Significance of the study
In towns and cities with many people, there are many vehicles like jeepneys, cars,
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