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You should fill the blank spaces with the correct word whenever they show up. You may replay the excerpt or go backwards 5 seconds.
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This is a videos describing how air pollution occurs and which are the main pollutants.
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Air Pollution
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3 minutes 53 seconds
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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- (piano music) - Women SpeakerAir pollution consists ofor particles in the atmosphere,
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Some air pollution comes from natural, like volcanic eruptions, wild fires, or allergens.
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Such as energyin agriculture.
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When we burn fossil fuels to produce energy theygreenhouse gasses into the air.
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This emissions such as carbon dioxide, methane , nitrous oxide andgasses trap heat from the sun in earth's atmosphere.
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This creates awhere air pollution contributes to climate change.
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… climate changesmog, because it forms in the presence of high heat and increased levels of ultraviolet radiation.
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More frequent extreme weather, such ascontributes to damp conditions and therefore a rise in mold.
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Warmer weather alsoto longer pollen seasons, and therefore more pollen production .
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Smog, is a type of air pollution, that reduces visibility and has serious health.
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Smog can beinto two categories; sulfurous and photochemical.
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Itwhen burning sulfur baring fossil fuels, such as coal.
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… also called ground level ozone, is a result of thebetween sunlight, and nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic compounds.
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Volatile organic compounds arefrom gasoline, paints, and many cleaning solvents.
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… but alsoplants, irritates the eyes, and causes respiratory distress.
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, dioxins, and benzine that are released during gas orcombustion, waste incineration, or burning of gasoline.
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Into adverse environmental effects, toxic air pollution can cause serious health problems.
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While air pollution has manyfor our planet, there are solutions.
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Such as in transportation,and electricity generation .
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… not only contributes to a cleaner environment, and better human health, but can also slow theof global warming.
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