A teenager stands by a dried tree on a hillside in a foggy day as the smoke nearly covered the city's sky in the background in downtown Kabul. Thick columns of smoke emitting from homes, brick kilns and factories, bumper-to-bumper vehicles producing harmful gases, malodorous garbage piled in hot weather on the sides of the roads and paths are making the living highly challenging in the capital. Similarly, sub-standard generators built from the old engines of cars, burning of plastic, old car tires, wood in bathhouses and burning of coal ash in brick kilns and public houses beside other noxious non-organic substances, are responsible for 20-25% of the air pollution in the city. By the time, due to the population growth and the increasing number of vehicles on the road, the problem has grown more challenging and causing various types of disease. #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Amir Masoud Soheili @masoudsoheili and text by Hujjatullah Zia #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #everydayClimateChange, #Instagram, #airpollution, #pollution, #environment.