Acid rain can be reduced through the use of alternative sources of energy, decreasing energy consumption and using alternative forms of transport. Acid rain results from the deposition of nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxi... More »

China, Russia, and the United States are all heavily industrialized areas that suffer from acid rain. However, air pollution moves long distances by traveling on the wind. As a result, many cities and countries all over ... More »

Acid rain cannot possibly be stopped fully but can be reduced in several ways including switching fuel sources to natural gas, oil, or renewable energy sources, removing the sulfur from the coal before burning and burnin... More »

Acid rain can be prevented by saving energy, using less transportation, and switching to alternative energy sources. Reducing fossil fuel consumption stops acid rain before it begins. More »

Fossil fuels cause pollution when burned for use and when spilled during transport or mining. Burning fossil fuels is the largest producer of pollution. More »

The qualities that make materials radioactive give them the potential to be incredibly useful sources of energy, but that same radioactivity can be a lethal threat to humans and other living things. Radioactive materials... More »

Water pollution is caused by chemical and industrial waste, agricultural waste, trash, mining activities, waste and sewage water, accidental oil leakage, marine dumping and energy use. Many kinds of human activities caus... More »