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Pure air is always needed for inhaling. If we take pure air, our health improves. On the other hand impure air causes diseases and impairs our health and causes our death. Smoke pollutes the air. It is the root of air pollution. The smoke which is discharged from industries, automobiles and kitchens is the mixture of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane etc. These are all poisonous gases. These cause lung-cancer, tuberculosis etc. which take a heavy toll of life. The glaring incident is the Bhopal gas leak in December 1984. Thousands of the residents of Bhopal died due to lungs problem which was caused by methylamine gas from the Union Carbide Plant.
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3. When you do introduce evidence, you tend to use it in place of developing your own argument. You do this for instance when you cite a long passage from an American Lung Association study at the end of your penultimate paragraph. That quotation is too long and its relevance is not clear enough.. It introduces claims that are unrelated to anything else in your essay (you talk elsewhere about holes in the ozone layer but that is a completely different problem from the problem of ozone smog mentioned in the quotation). You don't introduce the quotation or explain its context or analyse it or explain its significance for your argument. Those would all be good things to do with evidence that you present in an essay like this, but the most important thing to do is to clarify exactly how the evidence you present helps to support your argument. If you offer evidence in support of the claim that our society is not doing enough to tackle air pollution, for instance, then usually you need to explain how the evidence shows that we are not doing enough.