What is the biggest source of air pollution?
cars / power plants or farms? Do you believe latest study that says it's farms? Or is it all just crap? Fertilizers/ manure release ammonia, NH3, into the air & combine to generate tiny, gag-inducing particles that are less than 2.5 microns
Volcanoes, when they erupt, put out more particulates, CO2 and sulfate in one blow than all of humanity does for several years.
by Dame Scribe 4 years ago
Do you worry about levels of CO2 in your or nearest city?Air pollution is a concern for health reasons. Should we request Air pollution reports on the weather news maybe?
by Nizam Khan 5 years ago
What are some tips to reduce air pollution ?What measurement we can take to reduce the amount of air pollution.
by Lela 16 months ago
How many people die from air pollution in the USA every day?What causes lethal air pollution? How do you protect your loved ones from air pollution?
by Stacie L 7 years ago
The Surprising Link Between Air Pollution & DiabetesWhere you live may put you at risk.Air pollution is not just bad for your lungs; it may increase your chances of having diabetes. According to a new study by Children’s Hospital in Boston, people who live in areas with the highest levels of...
by zeke2100 4 years ago
I am writing a hub but can't properly classify it. I don't feel that it should go under climate change, because it has to do with air pollution issues. I think we need a new subcategory for "air pollution issues" under Environment and Green Issues.
by Infinity2000 10 years ago
Will air pollution dampens the level of competition, and more record - breaking results over the previous Olympic Games at Athens (2004)? Seven days to the Games, let us begin the Competition between nations , the best country wins the most Gold medals.
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