writes here: The World Health Organization estimates that 4.6 million
people die each year from causes directly attributable to air pollution.
Many of these mortalities are attributable to indoor air pollution.
Worldwide more deaths per year are linked to air pollution than to
Resources and Links for Clearing the Air, see:
Clean Air: About half of the air pollution comes from
cars and trucks. Two important ways to reduce air pollution are to drive
less -- even a little less -- and to drive smart.
Things You Can Do For Cleaner Air
AIR PROTECTION Clearing the Air:
How You Can Help
Guide to Indoor Air Quality
The Plain English Guide to the Clean Air Act
American Lung Association State of the Air report
Want to learn about the air quality in your community? Read the 2004
American Lung Association's 'State of the Air' report to find out more.
Pollution emissions from transportation are a major ingredient in global
warming, stratospheric ozone depletion, asthma, ground-level ozone
(a.k.a., smog) formation and other problems. We're responsible for these
emissions. The way we choose to get around today impacts our world
tomorrow - the land, the water, and the air.
Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution
This basic primer on air pollution covers the types, causes and effects of
pollution in our atmosphere.
A Citizens Guide to Radon
The complete guide to taking action to lower the radon level in your home.
It offers strategies for radon testing and discussions of the steps to
take after you have tested. You'll learn about the risk of radon, as well
as radon myths.
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