Air Pollution

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All living things use air and it must be clean to maintain life on earth. When air pollution becomes the subject, what do you think about? Smog, acid rain, and other forms of outdoor pollution are the common things people think about. Air pollution can also exist indoors as in closed ventilated areas that we surround. This makes the air that we breathe indoors inescapable and the pollution exist both indoor and outdoor. For example, hair spray usage indoor is polluting the air inside because of the emissions of toxic chemicals used to create the product are present within a spray of it. On a typical outdoor summer day in Fresno, the smog from vehicles exposed into the air which makes the air brown and can be seen miles away from highways. Many of the sources can affect the air quality surrounding us and asthmatic people will have the greater affect, but all living things will have that same effect as well. “Under the Clean Air Act, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) develops and enforces rules and regulations for all entities that emit toxic substances into the air” (epa.gov). This helps to cut down air pollution, but it is not enough to reduce it if consumers do not take actions in helping the environment that we live. The United States population is growing which means that more cars are going to be driven. With the greenhouse gases and aerosols releasing into the air from human activities the amount of radiation coming in and releasing into the atmosphere can result in climate changes to the environment.

Indoors can be a safe way to avoid the outdoor pollutant of gas emissions from small businesses, vehicles, and airplanes. Many people spend their time indoors and the air that is breathable is from the building materia...

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...s is an ongoing term to prevent any further air pollutions in the future. People are slowly declining due to dirty air because the sources that are used are in fact a greater risk to people who already have health issues. Human activities can be reduced and it is a choice to reduce any further air pollutions that is causing the climate change. In the summer the heat can rise depending on how heavy is the pollution and it can rise beyond normal high in the record. This is the problem where more pollutions and human activities link to high climate shifts over time.

Works Cited

"Air Air Pollution | Browse EPA Topics | US EPA." US Environmental Protection Agency. 20 Jan. 2011. Web. 20 Mar. 2011. .

"WHO | Indoor Air Pollution." Indoor Air Pollution. 2011. Web. 20 Mar. 2011. .

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