This Web site is designed to broadly educate students about acid rain,
- Its cause.
- The various effects that it has on humans, the environment,
and buildings and objects.
- What is being done to reduce its occurrence.
In addition, it offers students several ways that they too can help reduce
acid rain, including asking their parents to modify some of their routines.
The site achieves this through informational text, and then
reinforces it through several interactive and fun games and activities.
Acid rain is a problem that affects us all—whether it is damaging
your car, defacing historic statues, harming trees in a once-beautiful
mountainous forest, or destroying the fish population in a lake.
Acid rain can even affect our health by causing respiratory problems,
or can make these problems worse. The message to spread, however,
is that we can all make a difference and help reduce the presence
of acid rain. This Web site will provide students with interesting
information about acid rain, and that this information will eventually
foster the knowledge and determination that is necessary to bring
about change and improvement to the natural environment that we
Note: Some features of this site require the latest version of
Macromedia Flash Player, which can be downloaded for free below
or from other pages on this site. Flash is a software that allows
for the integration of video, text, audio, and graphics into an