All around us is polluted. it is possible to suffer chronic coughing, respiratory issues and previous conditions like asthma become aggravated.
These substances are not normally found in the atmosphere or with higher concentrations. As per the Clean Air Act of 1970 the environmental protection agency was mandated to set primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for the nation. Primary standards have been established to protect against adverse health effects, and secondary standards safeguard against standards for welfare such as decreased visibility.
Pollution can be result of burning fuels and wood, the demolition of waste and construction, as as agriculture and other human-related processes. Dust caused by sandstorms as well as methane gas emissions from cattle are two of the main factors. It is essential that countries develop better strategies for urban planning that prohibit pollution from cars, and reduce the emission of dirty gases.
In the world, over 3 billion people lack access to fuels that are safe for their cooking. That makes air pollution very serious. By avoiding burning waste, as well as recycling could reduce the amount of pollution.