Toxic air rises in big cities, and, combined with increased demand on energy resources (cars, airplanes), it creates a critical atmosphere which really needs a transition for the better!
High Chances of Disease
A multitude of chemical particles are released by combustion, which are not visible by the naked eye. These harmful microscopic particles subsequently are carried by the flow of the wind, traveling at a speed of 100 miles/hour, then entering the air going into your lungs.
-----> Their nanosized size, about 2.5 microns in diameter, explain why they are easily able to access your bloodstream and travel in your entire body in a millisecond!
The World Health Organization explains the important impact of this air toxicity with a statistic, suggesting that approximately 3.7 million pollution-related deaths were recorded in 2012.
Strokes and heart disease constitute 80% of the noted diseases in some patients, after a exposure to such damage.
What can we do?
Our community can individually complete helpful tasks, to limit the worst cases and consequences.
Go Electric ⚡
This is a useful alternative over gasoline and diesel-powered cars ; it improves air quality and ameliorates public health.
Plant Trees 🌳
This tactic considerably overall helps clean urban areas, as trees use carbon dioxyde, thanks to their photosynthetic nature.
What are your thoughts about this article? Do you do anything to limit air pollution?
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