greenhouse effect, emmisions, factories
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Generally, any gas released into the environment which hurts it is considered air pollution. While the most well-known of those is the factory smog that’s frequently associated with air pollution, there are many other gasses responsible. Methane, released by farm animals and swamps is one such example, but there’s also carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide.
Most automobiles use a combustion engine, which leads them to let off exhaust from the tail pipe, which is the gasoline they just burned. Also, industrial smokestacks are a significant source of pollution. Others that you may see in your daily life include cigarettes, firewood, burning leaves, etc.
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