The first step in fighting air pollution is to be aware of its devastating role in causing our health problems and reducing our quality of life.
We, in TIMEX have written a brief note about air pollution and encourage you to read it:
Air pollution refers to the release of any material that could have adverse effects on human health, ecosystem and life on the planet as a whole into the atmosphere. These materials can be in the form of solid, liquid or gas, and might remain in the atmosphere in large concentration and for a long period of time. For example, the prolonged existence of Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Sulfur in the atmosphere is considered an environmental disaster.
Air pollution is mainly due to human activities such as:
Air pollution is not the only problem our planet is facing today. The same factors contributing to this problem are also the main roots of other environmental issues. The rapidly increasing population and the consequent increase in production are giving rise to many environmental disasters. However, this trend can be slowed down, stopped and even reversed. By conscious production and consumption, we can prevent air pollution!