Air pollution

These substances can have negative impacts
on human health, the environment, and wildlife.

Air pollution can be caused by the release of carbon emissions into the atmosphere.

For example, the burning of fossil fuels for energy production, transportation, and industrial processes can release carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which contribute to air pollution. Reducing carbon emissions through various strategies, such as implementing renewable energy technologies and energy-efficient practices, can help to mitigate air pollution and protect the air quality for current and future generations.

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