All of us make choices every day that affect the air we breathe. Common activities - such as driving the car, mowing the lawn, burning wood in the firelace, even using aerosol hairsprays and deodorants - add substantial amounts of pollution to the air.
Although you can't single-handedly solve air pollution or global warming, your choices matter. You have the power to change your home, transportation, and consumer habits to help clean the air and preserve our planet for future generations. Here are some tips for reducing your contribution to air pollution: