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Air

 

We take breathing for granted, but all human beings need clean air to stay alive and remain healthy. The pollutants in air affect our health both outdoors and indoors. Air quality also affects every living thing -- animals and plants as well as humans. Clean air should be recognized as a right for everything living on the Earth.

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MAIN AIR INTERNET RESOURCES

EPA Air page

Main sources of information about Rhode Island air quality are:

Senator Whitehouse questions witness at Air Quality & Children's Health Hearing

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Senator Sheldon Whitehouse's YouTube Channel

Air Organizations