The Acid Rain Issue

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Jill F

 

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October 27, 2016

 

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ConclusionAcid rain can be a devastating problem to all countries, but with the implementation of the Clean Air Act, the Accord, and many other reforms that call for the reduction of sulfur and nitrogen oxide releases, the acid rain problem can be regulated. With help from everyone being conscious about what they are doing day to day to contribute to the problem, the issue can turn to be a problem of the past...
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Since the passage of the Clean Air Act, acid rain levels have fallen dramatically across large portions of North America.8 But the decline doesn't mean that the problem is gone. There is still much that everyone can do to help the problem and to help lower the annual cost to the economy.If you are interested in learning more about the acid rain problem you may want to contact the Acid Rain Foundation in Raleigh, North Carolina, The Department of Environmental Protection in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, or Pennsylvanians for Acid Rain Control in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania...
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