Did you know that certain human activities are the primary source of pollution? Pollution can be caused by numerous things rather they are living or non living. In order to ensure that air pollution does not get out of control; a plan will need to be put in to motion.
Air Pollution is another major problem that has not be resolved. It is known that an issue of the magnitude like air pollution cannot be resolved over night. It is stated that the air is 99.9% nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor, and inert gases. As humans we depend on the air around us to live, without air we as humans would not survive very long without quality air. Although we rely on air as a much needed source in order to stay alive, the air is still loaded with and polluted with chemicals and other harmful particles. Pollution of the atmosphere and the air around us is air pollution, and this is becoming more "popular" everyday. There are several specific types of air pollution that include smog, acid rain, the greenhouse effect, and "holes" in the ozone layer. The types are tremendously harmful to the environment and it can be harmful to any living thing that breathes in the harmful air. Acid rain can destroy the environment as well as manmade objects. Acid rain has been known to destroy building structures, sidewalks, roads and etc. Acid rain can also destroy farmer’s crop. Air pollution is an issue that has been around for years, now that it is starting to get out of control people are starting to notice the issue Air pollution is a mixture or individual chemicals, particulate matter that causes harm to human or other living things. Air pollution can be harmful to the human race more than they realize. An average of 200 people die from complication due to air pollutions or issues related to air pollution, in Tucson. Smog is the most familiar form of pollution, this form of pollution is easily recognized because it hangs over the area it...
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