Archive | Air Pollution

Heart Disease and Air Pollution

Heart disease and air pollution have been linked in some studies. If you have heart disease and live in a polluted area, consider doing your exercise indoors in a room that has an air filter or outdoors when air quality is better and clean air is more plentiful.

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Urban Air Pollution

Urban air pollution is a problem for not only people in the region but also for everyone on the planet. Air doesn’t stay in one place, it moves around dramatically, carried by the winds. So even though geography can impact air pollution in an area, the activities of everyone near and far can also impact […]

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Solution to Air Pollution

The solution to air pollution isn’t simple, just as the cause of air pollution isn’t simple. Some of the problem lies with people, and some lies with nature. Given the complexity of the problem, taking a multi-pronged approach to reducing air pollution so we can improve air quality and breathe clean air is important.

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Air Pollution Info

Air pollution problems seem to be changing and growing. The EPA indicates air pollution is less today than even a few years ago, but breathing problems are increasing. Air pollution info is just the spring board to action so you can improve air quality in your home, office and neighborhood.

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Ways to Stop Air Pollution

There are lots of ways to stop air pollution. The combination of personal action, legislative measures and market pressures combine to make for better air quality. Educating the public about the causes and harms of air pollution will help people take more responsibility for what they and their companies do to pollute the air. Do […]

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What Can be Done About Air Pollution

More people need to wonder and act on what can be done about air pollution. It’s a big problem. EPA records may show air pollution is reduced, but increasing incidents of asthma indicate air pollution is a growing concern. Even if NASA’s software had a Y2K bug and analyzed data incorrectly, air pollution problems abound. […]

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Industrial Air Pollution

Though industrial air pollution is big in developed countries, it’s almost worse in developing countries because some manufactures move their industrial operations to unregulated countries so they don’t have to implement expensive measures to not release toxins into the air and water. This article mostly addresses the problems in the U.S.

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Pollution in the Air

Nature puts pollution in the air through volcanic eruptions, animal metabolism, and wind storms that whip up dust and dirt. Humans contribute more than nature does to pollution in the air, and that’s a big problem. Nature has ways to clean up the mess it makes. We need to follow in Mother Nature’s steps and […]

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Pollution from Car Emissions

Pollution from car emissions impacts air quality, damages structures like buildings and bridges, and reduces water quality. You can do your part to reduce car pollution by walking, biking and carpooling. Even reducing your car trips by combining trips will make a difference. Driving less and driving less polluting cars will make a difference on […]

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Different Types of Air Pollution

Different types of air pollution have very different effects on plants and animals. The different types of air pollution come from different sources so the solution of cleaning up air pollution isn’t an easy one. Understanding the problem takes time, but every thing we do to improve air quality brings us closer to having the […]

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