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Air Pollution Health Products Eco-Geeks Community News Are you an AirHead? LOGIN | REGISTER CHECK OUT OUR CALCULATIONS »   This graph-your emissions profile-measures the pollution you created over the course of a month. You emitted  2029  pounds of air pollution in April.*
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Say what? 2029 pounds is a lot of chocolate, but is it a lot of pollution? You can judge by comparing yourself with the  second bar on the graph, which represents the emissions profile for an average American--1,654 pounds. Many would  argue that just one pound of pollution is too much, but we live in an imperfect and complicated world, so set your own  goals for where you would like to be on this graph tomorrow or next year.  Your biggest source of emissions in April came from the category:  Electricity . We have provided some  suggestions   for how to cut emissions in this area . Some of the changes we suggest are easier than others, but we hope they 
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course SCI SCI 275 taught by Professor Mottison during the Spring '10 term at Clayton College of Natural Health.

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