There are a number of ways to reduce air pollution that you can adopt in your daily life.

One of the most basic is to drive less. Instead of driving, try walking or biking to your destination.

Another way to reduce air pollution is to use public transportation, which is both convenient and cheaper.

Additionally, you can recycle and compost, which helps reduce the use of natural resources and greenhouse gasses.

Planting trees along roads or on the boundary of your property can help filter the air and prevent pollution from spreading long distances.

By using chimneys in your home, you can also reduce the risk of many diseases that are caused due to air pollution.

By reducing your electricity consumption, you can make a positive difference in the health of your community.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released the "marathon a month" challenge that asks people to use alternative means of transportation for an entire month.

This challenge is intended to help people understand that any change in behavior can make a difference in the air quality.