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We can’t live without it!. Green or Brown. Hi-ho, it’s off to work we go. Child’s Play. Earth Matters. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

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We can’t live

without it!

Green

or Brown

Hi-ho, it’s off

to work

we go

Child’s

Play

Earth

Matters

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This stuff changes the characteristics of our air, which can make it hard tobreathe and make existing respiratory and cardiac conditions worse.

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These people breathe faster, drawing air deeper into their lungs, as a function of doing their job well.

This puts them at a higher risk from poor air quality.

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These go through an automatic gas exchange thousands of times per day, about every 3 seconds, inside each of us.

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These people are at higher risk of reacting to poor air quality because of increased likelihood of health problems .

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These areas are often better suited for exercise because of reduced exposure to automobile exhaust.

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Choices we make in our communities such as driving our cars or burning wood to heat our homes, significantly impact this.

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Just 10 seconds of this can use more fuel

than turning off the engine and restarting it.

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Your workplace might provide these for commuting by public transit or carpooling. If not, ask them to consider it.

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This is one of the largest sources

of air pollution in Canada.

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If a million Canadians did this just one day every year, it’s estimated about 250 million kg of emissions would be eliminated.

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People can use this Index on a daily basis

to help decide if they should drive their vehicle

or choose a different mode of transportation

such as cycling or taking the bus.

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Children are more vulnerable to air pollution because they do more of this, especially during summer when pollution levels can be higher.

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Young children can be more adversely affected by poor air quality because they do this more rapidly.

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Emissions from these can significantly

impact local air quality, visibility

and human health

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Children and parents can check this index every day before school and work to help plan their daily outdoor activities.

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This gas shields us from the sun in the upper atmosphere,

but poses a risk to human health at ground level

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Running your gas powered lawnmower for this amount of time is equal to driving a new car between 320 and 480 kilometres.

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When the Air Quality Health Index is in the high range, lowering this

when outside can reduce air pollution impacts on your health.

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