Acidic rain refers to precipitation that falls on the earth’s surface containing high levels of nitric and sulfuric acid. It occurs in the form of snow, fog or tiny matters. Acid rain possesses potential harm to the environment as rain is essential in farming; it provides water for domestic use, commercial as well as for wild animals to survive (Petheram, 2003. Pp. 24).
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Additionally, conservation of energy can also serve to reduce an amount of fuels to be burnt. For people, they can limit the emissions by consolidating the means of transport, where they use public transport or even biking.
Petheram, L. (2003). Acid rain. Mankato, Minn: Bridgestone Books, 24.