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how does air pollution cause accidents?
Weegy: Air pollution dosen't cause accidents, air pollution kills more than automobile accidents source: User: how does air pollution cause car acciddents Weegy: ir pollution can affect both the indoor and outdoor air we breathe. Air becomes polluted when various toxins, chemicals, or harmful gases enter into the atmosphere or air around us. [ It can have a serious affect on both humans and animals, and can actually cause some places to be uninhabitable. Different things cause air pollution, but one of the most notable of these is carbon dioxide, or CO2. The two main causes of increased carbon oxide are deforestation (the destruction of trees and forests) and the burning of fossil fuels. Sulfur, nitrogen dioxide, and chlorofluorocarbons (or CFC’s) are also common causes, as well as general smog caused by factories or other machinery. All of these factors contribute to air pollution. This can create serious damage to plant life, which in turn reduces the amount of oxygen in the air living things breathe. ] (More)
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Weegy: Air pollution statistics from the EPA's Air Quality Trends information states that carbon monoxide pollution in the United States went down by 51% from 2000 to 2010. This drop is the second highest percentage drop behind lead. [ Some estimates have said that the amount of carbon monoxide pumped into the atmosphere throughout the United States every year is on the order of nearly 60 million "short tons." Ground-level ozone has dropped by 11% throughout the United States from 2000 to 2010, according to the Air Quality Trends information. This is part of an overall reduction in average ground-level ozone by 28% since 1980. Lead is one of the more dangerous industrial compounds that can be found in the air. As such, extremely vigorous methods have been pursued to mitigate the prevalence of lead in the air. The percentage of lead air pollution in the United States has fallen with the greatest speed and effectiveness of all major pollutants, according to the Air Quality Trends information. From 1980 through 2010, the level of lead polluting air in the United States dropped by 89%. ] (More)
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