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Posted on 28-01-2013
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2011 is just around the corner. With a New Year upon us, most are thinking about their New Year’s resolutions. What would you like to improve? There are so many choices when it comes to your New Year’s resolutions. But there’s one you can make that will help you every day and in every way. Make air quality your 2011 New Year’s resolution.

When you make air quality your 2011 New Year’s resolution, you are choosing to commit to improving the air quality in your life and others. You know just how important air quality is for your life and those around you. Better air quality means a better quality of life and improved health in so many ways.

Research study after research study show that exhaust, soot and smog cause negative health effects. The solution is to improve air quality in any way you can. For some the idea of improving air quality is overwhelming. We look up into the sky and see how vast it is and wonder, “How can I make a difference?” But you can make a difference. You can help to improve the air quality and help others just like you to breathe a bit easier each and every day.

One of the best things about working to improve air quality is this is something that will continue to improve lives. Many of the changes you can make to improve air quality will only continue to make improvements. Plant a garden and it will help to clean the air as it grows. That is not only a day or week’s worth of improvement – but as long as that garden is growing. Plant a tree and tend to it and that tree can help with clean air too. Look for ways to make small steps toward clean air, knowing that they will make a daily difference and continue to make improvements each day. There is always something you can do.

Get involved in your community and find out what is important when it comes to clean air. Your local government and clean air organizations can tell you what the air quality is like and what the concerns are. Consider volunteering and getting involved where you can. Helping as a volunteer and doing your part can help to improve clean air. This is a great benefit for clean air and reducing air pollution.

Make 2011 your year to make air quality a New Year’s resolution. Just imagine the difference you can make in your community, family and beyond when you make air quality your New Year’s resolution!

 

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