Fact: Transporting coal can also produce coal dust, which presents serious cardiovascular and respiratory risks.
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Fact: power stations burn coal to generate electricity.
Fact: Burning fossil fuels emits a number of air pollutants including sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and ash.
After some twist and turns during the trip, C arrived at a giant building with high chimney. Thick black smoke rolled up from the tower and covered the sun.
A worker brought C inside the factory and dumped him into a machine with fire brightly burning inside. Opened his arm, C resolutely jumped into the roar of the flames as he was ready to start a new journey.
C felt that he was free again. His body was so light that he flew higher and higher along the chimney. Immediately, he met two new friends on his way: oxygen atoms. They became good friends and flew out hand in hand into the atmosphere through the chimney.
Fact: the atmosphere is much crowded than before with so many CO2.
From then on, C traveled in the Wind Way Express happily with his friends. They worked as warmer in local warming factory, trapping heat on earth. Our free-spirited traveler C. Arbon's journey would continue and more adventures were waiting for him ahead.