"Acid rain comes from chemicals in the air, or 'pollution.' A lot of this pollution comes from power plants that burn fossil fuels, like coal, to make electricity. We use this electricity to make our lights and our TVs work. Pollution also comes from the cars and trucks people drive. This pollution also causes acid rain."

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