Air pollution is one of the world’s largest environmental health risks. It is linked to 7 million premature deaths every year. The impacts of worsening air quality extend beyond human health, affecting climate change, weather patterns, and even energy and food production. The air we breathe comes from a mixture of local, regional, and global emission sources, making it a worldwide issue. To effectively address air pollution, it must be discussed on a global scale so new solutions can be integrated locally and internationally.