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Air Pollution
Here are some ways how to stop air pollution.
You could save energy around your house.
You could control your heating and cooling system.
You could cut back on the packaging you buy.
You could reduce the time you spend in your car.
You could improve your fuel economy.
Recycle paper, plastic, glass bottles, etc.
Plant alot of new trees around the world.
Lower your thermostat on your water heater to 120 F.
By:
Jacob T.
Josiah P.
Peter G.
This is how air pollution affects people.
Tristan C.
Thanks for watching. Have a nice day.
And
There are diffrent types of air pollutions. Some are visible and some are invisible.
Carbon dioxide and a green house are the main pollution in the air.
For the past 150 years, such activites have pumped enough carbon dioxide into the atmosphere to raise its levels higher than they have been for hundreds of thousands of years.
Other green house gases include methane- which come from such sources as swamps and gas emitted by livestock- and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) which were used in refrigerants and aerosol propellents until they were banned because of their deteriorating effect on Earth's ozone layer.
About 40% of the worlds deaths are caused by air pollution.
1.78 deaths per second (0.4/sec)
107 deaths per minute (27/min)
6,390 deaths per hour (1,356/hr)
153,000 deaths per day (37,000/day)
56.0 million deaths per year (14 million/yr)
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www.epa.gov\oar\oapps\peg_caa/reduce.html

wiki.answers.com
This is what is going to happen.
3 people said they did
not believe in air pollution
and 28 people said they
do believe in air pollution.
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