Said No-one Ever
Although, come to think of it, maybe someone HAS said they love pollution!
Those who profit while creating it are no-doubt not complaining about pollution, and some of those who sell us things like inhalers and drugs are actually loving pollution’s effects on their bank balances:
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Tagged affordability, breathing difficulties, filtration, hazardous air pollutants, health care, industry, inflammation, MCS, MCS/ES, polluting for profit, sensitive to pollution, toxic trespass, wealth
If only the air was in the blue range all the time!
Sometimes summer air
just plain sucks. It can and does cause all kinds of health problems. Here then are some tips from Air Quality Ontario on what we humans can do to reduce our exposure to harmful pollutants and our
impact on outdoor air.
Note that none of these suggestions are enforceable. They are entirely voluntary for those of us who manage to learn of their existence. Many of us only find out about these tips once we are so adversely affected by pollutants that we couldn’t do these things even if we wanted to, which means the tips are most useful for the people who aren’t personally affected enough (yet) to understand the need for them.
(reducing industry impacts on air will just have to wait until enough of us demand it)
During a Special Air Quality Statement, there are a number of actions that you can take to help spare the air:
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Tagged allergies, asthma, Chemicals, cognitive, hazardous air pollutants, MCS, mental health, sensitive to pollution, smog, toxic trespass, VOCs