Like lets say a place has really really really poor air quality. Would there still be hope to one...
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by YaMya_Kinnard |
April 27, 2021 18:36 |
Like lets say a place has really really really poor air quality. Would there still be hope to one day making the place have good air quailty once again?
I believe it can because, you would have to stop doing certain things in that community to help the environment of that location.
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