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How bad is air pollution for US?

Asked by E. Barnes, Last updated: Jan 23, 2020

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Amla Amelia

Amla Amelia

Answered Jan 16, 2020

The correct answer to this question is New Delhi. This city is the capital of India. It is regarded as the most polluted place on Earth. In New Delhi, it is difficult to breathe in air and the hardest place to breathe on earth. The pollution in their air causes many health problems for the people that are there.

The chemicals in the air are dangerous to inhale and can pose serious health problems, like cancer. There are many reasons for the pollution in the city. One reason is the smoke in the air. The smoke can come from cigarettes as well as from cars and trucks.

 

B. Lucian

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Answered Dec 10, 2019

Air pollution is very bad for us. Being exposed to air pollution will allow people to become more at risk of acquiring certain types of diseases. For example, there are some that will have a higher chance of getting cancer. Some may suffer more from different heart diseases, stroke, respiratory diseases, and asthma.

It is important that people will limit their exposure to air pollution so that they will have a higher chance of staying healthy. People who live in polluted places may also experience premature death as compared to those who are living in places that are still considered to have healthy air. There are times when the air becomes so polluted that you can already see the pollution with your naked eye even before you smell it.

 

W. Ira

W. Ira

Answered Dec 02, 2019

Even though there has been significant progress in terms of cleaning the air around us since 1970, air deterioration in the United States has continued to diminish people's health and the environment.

The Clean Air Act facilitates that EPA will work with state, local, and tribal governments and other federal agencies to decrease air pollution and the damage it causes. Studies have also indicated that some pollutants can be dangerous even at very low levels.

Although levels of particle contamination and ground-level ozone pollution are considerably lower than in the past, levels are still harmful in numerous areas of our country. While overall emissions of air toxins have steadily declined since 1990, toxins continue to be problematic.

 

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