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NBS approaches aim to improve air quality by harnessing the power of nature and ecosystems. Trees and plants play a crucial role in this process as they absorb pollutants, release oxygen, and enhance air filtration. Green infrastructure, such as urban parks and green roofs, can act as natural air purifiers, reducing harmful pollutants and enhancing air quality in urban areas. Additionally, restoring and preserving natural habitats, such as wetlands and forests, can help mitigate air pollution by capturing and filtering airborne pollutants. NBS approaches not only provide tangible benefits for air quality but also contribute to overall ecosystem health and human well-being.