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Burning fossil fuels releases carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide.
These gases are carried through the air into the clouds and they dissolve in rainwater, making it more acidic.
The acidic water vapour condenses and falls to Earth as "Acid Rain".
When the acid rain falls onto limestone and other materials it wears it away, causing buildings and houses to crumble.
The acid rain could also cause lakes to become more acidic and therefore affect aquatic life.
We just have to ensure to conserve energy and use renewable energy sources to prevent acid rain and keep our environment safe.
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