Air Pollution

Air Pollution
Is the air that we are breathing killing us? In this speech, you will learn all that you need to know about air pollution. First, I will give you the causes of air pollution, then I will list the effects of it, and finally I will tell you how we can prevent air pollution.
The average person takes about twenty thousand breaths a day, obviously, air is essential to life. Well imagine that the air that you are breathing may be killing you, many diseases are aggravated by air pollution. Scientists believe that all cities with populations exceeding 50,000 have some degree of air pollution. Burning garbage in open dumps causes air pollution, and it smells bad. Air pollution comes from many different sources. One of the major sources is carbon monoxide, which manly comes from automobiles, but also burning of fossil fuels, CFCs etc. Air pollution does not leave the Earth it all gets trapped up in the atmosphere. This does not bother most people, and they think that it will not harm them. People burn down forests and people burn fossil fuels
Scientists believe that all cities with populations exceeding 50,000 have some degree of air pollution. When these fuels burn they introduce smoke and other, less visible, by-products into the atmosphere. Another cause being a lawn mower, a gas-powered lawn mower can cause the same amount of air pollution as driving a new car three hundred and forty miles. So do what you can and conserve the air today.
Those diseases include asthma, chronic sinusitis, bronchitis, and allergies. Keep your car, boat, and other vehicles tuned up according to owner specifications, and carpool, ride a bike and walk as much as possible. Along with using environmentally safe paint and cleaning utensils.
Now after you have heard about air pollution and all of its dangers I will tell you how you can help prevent air pollution. Those that are most vulnerable to problems of air pollution are the elderly and children, along with people who work and exercise outside frequently and those with chronic respiratory ailments. A big example of smog is LA you can see the smog just hovering above the city.
There are many causes of air pollution, but the main causes of pollution are motor vehicles. Pollution also has been linked to pulmonary problems in developing fetuses, and damage to the immune system in adults. In your vehicle try to refill your tank after dusk, combine trips and errands, and limit engine idling. Ozone causes burning of eyes, nose, and tissue in lungs, like sunlight burns your skin.

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