Air Pollution

By: Ella Behner

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What is Air Pollution?

Air pollution is a mixture of solid particles and gases in the air. Car emissions, chemicals from factories, dust, pollen and mold spores may be suspended as particles. Ozone, a gas, is a major part of air pollution in cities. When ozone forms air pollution, it's also called smog. Some air pollutants are poisonous.

Problems Air Pollution is causing

Air Pollution has provided us with many problems. Such as Global Warming, which is Earth heating and melting the polar ice caps. Health Problems, which affect whether or not we live or die. It puts us in pain. Acid rain which causes damage from the gases it contains. These affect us, the environment, and the way we live our lives in general.

Causes of Air Pollution

Solutions for Air Pollution

Public Transportation

Pros and Cons

  • Cuts down that amount of air pollution.
  • Very easy to access.
  • No Parking required.
  • Don't have to worry about traffic if you are on a subway or train.
  • Can be very uncomfortable and crowded.
  • You have to pay.
  • Not always on time.
  • Doesn't take to your direct destination.

Conserve Energy

Pros and Cons

  • Low cost to operate
  • Creates many jobs
  • Continual source of energy
  • We can rely on it
  • Costs a lot to build and develop
  • Can be easily damaged
  • Restricted to certain areas
  • Takes up lots of space
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My Solution

I think the first solution is a better one. You should definitely still do both but I think the first one will be more effective and have a greater impact. Using Public Transportation is a good way to cut down the amount of gases and chemicals we send into the air. If we used the second one we would have to rely on people to cut turn off the lights or turn of the faucet. We can't be sure if they really will. The first solution will be a good solution for the safety of our environment.