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The smoke particles that we see, however, are particulate pollution which can coat the leaf surface, reducing photosynthesis. These particulates can also clog stomatal pores, reducing gas exchange in the leaf. These effects are bad for plants. Cigarette smoke, and some other smokes, also contain tar which can clog stomatal pores. Bbc News, Ville Durable, Pet Recycling, Avant Garde Artists, Iconic Artwork, Climate Change Effects, Documentary Photographers, Climate Action, Forest Fire

The smoke particles that we see, however, are particulate pollution which can coat the leaf surface, reducing photosynthesis. These particulates can also clog stomatal pores, reducing gas exchange in the leaf. These effects are bad for plants. Cigarette smoke, and some other smokes, also contain tar which can clog stomatal pores.

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Shilan Bero
You may say you don’t have the power to control energy, land use, cities or industry, but you definitely have the power to control what you eat, buy and use in your daily life. All your habits contribute to a massive change, either good or bad. By creating new and sustainable habits, we can keep global temperatures from rising. Only then, we will have a world that can support our existence. Osaka Japon, Arte Indie, Save Our Earth, Poster Design, Graphic Design, Poster Art, Climate Action, Arte Sketchbook, Our Planet

You may say you don’t have the power to control energy, land use, cities or industry, but you definitely have the power to control what you eat, buy and use in your daily life. All your habits contribute to a massive change, either good or bad. By creating new and sustainable habits, we can keep global temperatures from rising. Only then, we will have a world that can support our existence.

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aika Bi
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According to a report by the United Nations Environment Program, to achieve sustainable infrastructure, construction must adopt new technology and materials. It reveals that the construction sector accounts for 38% of all energy-related CO2 emissions, increasing in 2019 to their highest level yet at around 10 GtCO2, and is failing to slow Climate Change or contribute to the 2016 Paris Agreement sustainability goals. This contrasts with the manufacturing, healthcare, and...

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