According to Aristotle the meaning of living a good life is to of good service to other people. And I am here to emphasize the importance of good air quality. Have you noticed how good it feels right after the rain? You can breathe in and feel good about it. It is because the pollutants coming from fossil fuels and pollen from the trees or other irritants in the air is washed out by the rain.
To improve air quality, one thing we can do is to use less fossil fuels. The ways to do it are using a more fuel efficient car, carpooling, use a bicycle or an electric scooter to run errands. Or, if the distance is close enough, just walk! Using public transportation is another solution. The main idea is to have less automobile traffic, which will then produce less fossil fuel emissions in the air.
The purpose of less pollutants in the air, is simple. Greater health is to have less asthma attacks induced by pollutants in the air. It is also known that bronchitis would be reduced if we are breathing in more cleaner air.
As communities, we can all work together to create a better environment, greater health, for ourselves and for our young ones to enjoy!