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AIR POLLUTION
As the population of the world increases rapidly, the realise of the chemical substances is also increasing. Therefore, people exposed to air pollution. Moreover people has been increasing use of chemical substances such as spray, cleaning supplies, perfume egg so air pollution is becoming a serious problem. According to Evans (2010),the problem is inside our homes and materials used in home many times, we release poisonous gasses to nature for years. Carpets, shower curtains, paints,upholstery,plywood,particle board ,cabinets, computers and synthetic materials all release the poisonous gasses and chemicals. As most homes are good isolated, its letting back those poisonous trapped interior for us to breathe. Moreover air pollution causes many events. One of them is the greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide is produced when fuels are burned. Plants convert carbon dioxide, but because of human activities, release of carbon dioxide is higher than plants can process. Thus greenhouse effect is made in the world and many forests are damaged by acid rains. This is increased release of carbon dioxide as a result of this temperature is also increasing few degrees and it will affect climate changes and polar ice caps may be malt. These are all causes of air pollution and daily life is affected negatively. Briefly there are three main principle strategies to solve the air pollution problem which can be categorised as energy efficiency, reduce waste and move to non-polluting renewable of energy production.
In the first place and as the simplest strategy, reducing waste can be considered. Waste products increasing day by day and they have the effect of air pollution highly. If people care to reduce waste, the problem can be solved. To begin with, people choose eco-friendly product instead of non-environmentally friendly product such as handcraft products, paper bags…...

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