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... walking and biking places more and to avoid the idling of cars. Walking and biking is a very easy way to lower air pollution because if cars aren’t being used it doesn 't affect the earth in harmful ways. Lastly is to avoid idling cars, because when cars are on and just sitting for no reason and aren’t going anywhere it can put off pollution into the air. Always make sure to turn the car off and roll down the windows if individuals are just going to sit in the car.
In conclusion, there are many more ways to help the U.S. with lowering pollution. Many times people take the earth for granted and think it’s okay to just do whatever. It only starts with one person to make a difference and if that one person was brave enough to start then others would follow. Although it won’t be an easy process because there will be Americans who don 't care, but it won’t be impossible.
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