By Yael Calhoun
Ever because the commercial Revolution, air caliber has been slowly constructing into some of the most urgent concerns dealing with either the U.S. and the realm. As pollutants fromn undefined, autos, and chemical compounds has elevated, evnironmental advocates became extra vocal of their calls for for laws.
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Over 81 million Americans live in areas where they are exposed to unhealthful short-term levels of particle pollution. Short-term, or acute, exposure to particle pollution has been shown to increase heart attacks, strokes, and emergency-room visits for respiratory ailments and cardiovascular disease, and most importantly, increase the risk of death. S. population lives in areas with unhealthful year-round levels of particle pollution. 3 4 AIR QUALITY Sixty-six million Americans suffer from chronic exposure to particle pollution.
Threats come from two areas: legislative and regulatory proposals to roll back key provisions of the law, and continued delays in putting into place what the science tells us is needed to clean up air pollution. The American Lung Association has taken legal action to protect this valuable clean air tool, and encourages everyone to tell his or her members of Congress to protect the Clean Air Act. Clean up Dirty Power Plants Old coal-fired power plants have become some of the biggest industrial contributors to our unhealthy air, especially to the level of particle pollution in the eastern United States.
Hospital admissions for several cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases rise in response to higher concentrations of particle pollution. 3. Prolonged exposure to elevated levels of particle pollution is a factor in reducing overall life expectancy by a few years. Does Air Pollution Contribute to Asthma and Respiratory Problems? How much air do you breathe each day? An adult takes in about 3,000 gallons of air every day. Children breathe even more. When there are pollutants in that air, health problems result.
Air Quality (Environmental Issues) by Yael Calhoun