Yes. Forest fires, volcanic eruptions, wind erosion, pollen, evaporation of organic compounds, and natural radioactivity are all forms of natural pollution. These forms are typically dispersed throughout the world and thus do not usually pose much of a threat to people and health.
Volcanoes are one of the biggest culprits of naturally produced air pollution. Volcanic emmissions often contain heavy amounts of sulfur dioxides, which are the damaging component in acid rain. ‘Vog’ like smog can be detrimental to the environment as much as to people’s health. Cow farts (I know) are also at the top of the list. They currently outproduce cars in air pollution.
Other forms of air pollution can be microbial and include mold and spores.
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