It is easy to develop the feeling that, as an individual, there is not much that you can do to ensure that air cleanliness is protected in your country. But that is a fallacy. There is actually something that you can do, with considerable impact, in terms of increasing the chances of air cleanliness being protected in the country.
The first practical method you can use to increase the chances of air cleanliness being protected in your country is that of voting for politicians who are likely to enact good policies, to protect the air cleanliness.
The second practical method you can use to increase the chances of air cleanliness being protected in your country is that of undertaking advocacy for the same, directly. To this end, you can set up an advocacy group. You can also do the advocacy through writing (for instance, by contributing opinion pieces to newspapers). At yet another level, you can do the advocacy online. There is very little IT knowledge you need for this. In any event, if you don’t have such IT know-how, you can get the necessary support online, through remote services like the Remote rescue service whereby remote desktop support is offered at www.logmein.com. So you have no business feeling powerless.