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Smog (smoke+fog) is caused by the emissions we release through our various everyday activities — the largest contributor being the burning of fossil fuels in our cars and electricity plants.

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Have you ever heard the expression “canary in a coal mine?” Although we no longer use canaries, we have adapted this system of examining animals in order to detect the presence of pollutants in our environment.

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In the 1970s, the Earth’s ozone layer came under attack. More than 30 years later, the ozone layer's future is looking a lot brighter! 

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You put the CO2 in (to the atmosphere), you take the CO2 out...or at least you shake it all about!

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Cleaning the air inside your home may be a good way to reduce the sniffles.

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