a research paper, Its about asthma linked to air pollution and climate change, I can provide an intro and work cited page. Also MLA style Asthma is a chronic life-threatening condition that affects over 5,000 people in just the U.S today. Although there are no scientific studies showing what exactly causes flare ups, there is enough evidence to point to air pollution being responsible. Kimi Eisele, argues that “Air pollution policies should acknowledge this connection” 1. Pollution can trigger asthma attacks due to smoke-fog, also known as smog, and hydrocarbons from tailpipes and power plants. Government should have more control over our air pollution to reduce asthma attacks. Work Cited Eisele, Kimi. ″Air Pollution May Contribute to the Increased Incidence of Asthma.″ Pollution, edited by Louise I. Gerdes, Greenhaven Press, 2006. Opposing Viewpoints. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints, link.gale.com/apps/doc/EJ3010157252/OVIC?u＝sunyorange&sid＝bookmark-OVIC&xid＝f4faf8a9. Accessed 21 Nov. 2021. Originally published as ″With Every Breath You Take,″ OnEarth, vol. 24, winter 2003, p. 14. Crocker, Robert. Unmaking Waste in Production and Consumption : towards the Circular Economy. Emerald Publishing, 2018. “EPA Proposes First National Standard for Mercury Pollution from Power Plants // ‘Mercury and Air Toxics Standards’ Represent One of Strongest Health Protections from Air Pollution Since Passage of Clean Air Act: .” Targeted News Service, 16 Mar. 2011. Research Library, https://login.sunyorange.idm.oclc.org/login?url＝https://www.proquest.com/wire-feeds/epa-proposes-first-national-standard-mercury/docview/857344600/se-2?accountid＝38488. Accessed 21 Nov. 2021. Tripathy, Sheila, et al. ″Long-Term Ambient Air Pollution Exposures and Circulating and Stimulated Inflammatory Mediators in a Cohort of Midlife Adults.″ Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 129, no. 5, May 2021, p. 57007. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A664621917/OVIC?u＝sunyorange&sid＝bookmark-OVIC&xid＝f5bada71. Accessed 21 Nov. 2021. Adams, Jill U. ″Air Pollution and Climate Change.″ CQ Researcher, 13 Nov. 2015, pp. 961-84, library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/cqresrre2015111307.