Yes, acid rain is still very much an environmental health concern, and only gets worse the more pollution that is put into the air. Air pollution is the real culprit of acid rain. Acid rain is harmful to plants, animals, wildlife, lakes and rivers, and the fish who live in the bodies of water.
Yes, it’s still an issue, but there’s good news, too. Due to the Clean Air Act requiring businesses to cut emissions, acid rain levels have been reduced 65% since 1976.
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