Air pollution is believed to be responsible for climate change, thousands of premature deaths worldwide, and significant damage to crops, trees and ecosystems. Despite significant improvements through legislation, technological advances and subsequent reduced emissions, the harm caused by air pollution still warrants further controls. Summary
The principal sources of emissions are traffic, energy production, domestic properties that burn fossil fuels such as gas, coal and oil, agriculture and industries. Sources and Types of Air Pollution
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