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Switching to alternative power sources crucial in fight against air pollution

With Earth Day 2013 right around the corner, more Americans might be looking into ways to reduce their carbon footprint and protect the environment. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, air pollution affects people's health, causing or irritating conditions like asthma and the environment. Chemicals in the air can also damage trees, wildlife and bodies of water. 

Now, Reuters is reporting that air pollution is growing even more dangerous. U.N. officials announced air pollution kills more people than both AIDS and malaria, making finding a solution to the issue of the utmost importance. Members of the U.N. Industrial Development Organization met at a conference in Oslo recently to help spark conversations on countries investing more in alternative power sources like solar, wind and hydropower.

Investing in such power sources could result in the slowing of climate change in more than 200 countries since the majority of these nations have issues with air pollution because of built-up greenhouse gases, the officials told the news outlet. 

Even though there is a long way to go before the U.S. would consider switching to alternative energy sources, families can improve the health of their loved ones now. Installing a medical-grade air purifier like the Airgle PurePal MultiGas AG950 can ensure people breathe only the cleanest air while relaxing in their homes. 

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