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  By. Anissa Nurul, Fahira, Ai Sopiah, Sri Suci, Firman, Rifki Air Pollution is pollution that is inflicted by natural resources as well as human activities. Such as motor vehicle smoke, factory smoke, dust kiln smoke and so on. Here  are the negative effects of air pollution. Firstly Causes respiratory problems because air pollution contains substances or particles that can damage lung health, thereby triggering diseases such as respiratory tract infections. Air pollution is one of the biggest environmental mental problems that has a significant impact on health. Secondly Crohn's disease is a digestive disorder that has been linked to air pollution, including irritable bowel, Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis. Thirdly Cases health diseases because if inhaled by us this disease can cause blockage of blood vessels. Next Causing lung cancer because inhaling it continuously can create a build up of particles that can cause damage to lung cells and inflammation in the organ.


  By. Ega, Khaliza, Malina, Zhulaika, Ripan, Syahrul Burning rubbish and dry leaves is a common phenomenon in Indonesia. It can be seen in various places, From home. Schools and communities alike burn rubbish and dry leaves because it is considered an easy and cheap way to dispose of rubbish. However, this action can actually have a very negative impact on the environment and health. These negative impacts include Air pollution:Burning of waste and dry leaves can release various harmful pollutants into the air, such as particulate matter, greenhouse gasses, and toxic substances. These pollutants can cause a variety of health problems, such as eye, nose, and throat irritation, coughing and shortness of breath, increased risk of heart disease and stroke, and cancer. Health problems: Exposure to the smoke from burning waste and dry leaves can disrupt health, especially for people with respiratory conditions such as asthma and COPD. In addition, smoke from burning waste and dry leaves can


By. Syifa, Vika, Pitriyani, Neng Widiyanti, Saputera, M. Robby Burning household garbage seems to have become commonplace for its purpose in eliminating garbage. But as it turned out, instead of resolving the issue of garbage, burning trash was bad enough. Not only is burning garbage harmful to the environment. But until now the burning of garbage was an ongoing problem. There are still many societies that do not know how to handle garbage properly. This garbage problem is largely due to mounting household garbage. Contaminated air from the smoke that results from the burning of garbage is inhaled by man and animals, stored in the ground, and exposed to the surface of the water and plants. The residue of burning pollutes the soil and groundwater, so that it can enter the human food chain through plants and livestock. The smoke produced by garbage cans contains dangerous chemicals that can cause air pollution. Accumulated garbage can actually bring a lot of negativity to the environment


  By.  Dina, Ratih, Nida, Siti, Nia, Ayu Energy is the ability to do work, for example electricity and chemistry. Energy is also defined as power or strength to carry out various activity processes. In this modern era, energy has become very important for human activities. One of the energies that humans often use is electrical energy. But sometimes we use this energy inappropriately, such as using energy that is not as needed/excessive. The following are the impacts and solutions for excessive energy use. Excessive energy use can increase costs and require additional energy production which can be sourced from fossil fuels or other energy sources Apart from that, excessive energy use also has an impact on the environment. Excessive energy use can cause air pollution. If electricity is produced from renewable energy sources, the environmental impact can be reduced Many people use excessive energy without realizing it, for example, lights that are still on during the day, maybe they thi


  By Revalinda, Rivani, Yasvi, Astri, Salsabila As technology develops, goods become more sophisticated. Means of transportation are also increasingly developing so that more people use these means of transportation, for example motorbikes, cars and many more. And the more people use motorbikes and cars when traveling, the more air pollution will increase due to smoke from the fuel. All of this will be very detrimental to the local population, causing many disease outbreaks. Apart from having an impact on human health, air pollution also has a negative impact on the environment, this contributes to the formation of smog and acid rain, but all of these problems can be solved by reducing, not eliminating. Below we will discuss the impact of air pollution. The impact of air pollution not only impacts the environment but can have a negative impact on human health such as increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease such as coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke. Dangerous particl