If we can live for a week without water for a week, we can only live for 5 minutes without air. Basically, the clean air that you breathe is composed of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% other gases. Unfortunately, due to human activity, the air that allows us to live may now pose a risk in our health.

Air pollution has been a growing public concern globally. It affects everyone regardless of socioeconomic class. Due to the harmful effects that air pollution provides, extensive prevent strategies have already been implemented in various countries around the world in an effort to minimize, if not completely prevent, air pollution.

Although there are some cities that experienced an improved air quality over the past years, there are still some major cities in the world that have very poor air quality. With the cooperation of various international institutions, they have come up with efficient strategies to reduce the effects of air pollution on the ozone layer.

This eBook tackles some of the most effective ways that individuals can do to help in having a fresher and cleaner air to breathe.

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