Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Industrialization and technological advancements have brought about serious detrimental effects to the environment, key among them being air pollution. According to World Health Organization (W.H.O), air pollution is the contamination of the outdoor or indoor environment by any biological, physical, or chemical agent that leads to modification of atmosphere’s natural characteristics. Since air pollution has serious effects to the human health as well as other living organisms, there have been increasing concerns on how to prevent it or at least mitigate its effects in the world (Liu 11). National governments, international organizations, and individuals have developed policies... ...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Air pollution is a matter that has plagued the human population for many years. This synthesis paper looks at two approaches to the issue of air pollution as it affects human life. The first article basically talks about how pollution is not a new problem, stating that it has been around for centuries (Don Glass, Air Pollution is Not a New Problem, Indiana Public Media, September 2, 2011). The second article’s main focus is on the fatal effects that long and short term exposure to polluted...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution The pollution of the air is the introduction of particulate matter, biological substances and other materials in the atmosphere. The introduction of these materials may lead to disease or even death to the natural ecosystems, including plants, animals, and human beings. Air pollution has been a controversial topic since the industrial and agricultural revolution. Continues to attract a heated discussion to date based on the dangers that it causes to the natural ecosystems. This paper discusses air pollution by defining it, explaining its causes, and what needs to be done to control the pollution of the earth’s atmosphere. Air pollution emanates from air pollutants... . These are...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Introduction The term air pollution is used to refer to the release of harmful toxins such as chemicals as well as materials that arebiological in nature in the atmosphere of the earth and these toxins result in impacting the environment of living things in a negative manner. Air pollution has been on a rise since the increase in civilizations and production of goods in order to satisfy human needs. Air pollution is measured in terms of the different pollutants that exist in different parts of the world. For example: the EPA which is an organization that monitors the air in the region of United States measures air pollution in regards to the prevalence of six common pollutants... ...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Air Pollution is the polluting of the air by gases, solids and aerosols that change the ordinary composition of the uncontaminated atmosphere. These substances can be hazardous to health, other breathing organisms, soil and water. Clean air has a composition of naturally occurring chemicals like 99% oxygen and nitrogen and 1% of carbon dioxide, helium and trace gases. Air pollution initiates when different sources act to alter this normal concentration of the gases in the air. This paper will provide a...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution: The Disastrous Effects on World Environment and Health Pollution is defined as the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance of thing that has harmful or poisonous effect. The introduction of harmful chemicals issuing from industries, particulate matter including dust particles, biological materials that cause harm or discomfort to humans, animals and plants or tend to destroy the natural environment, into the air is called Air Pollution. The atmosphere around us is made up of various different gases which have been mixed by nature in specific ratios to...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Ahmad AlMutawa Reading/Writing Teacher: Juli Lamb 5th December 2008 Spring International Language Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Outline 2 Air Pollution 3 Introduction 3 Causes of Air Pollution 4 Affects on Health and Environment of Air Pollution 5 Preventive Measures 7 Conclusion 8 References 9 Outline Air problem is a problem that is increasing day by day and people’s health and lives are affected because of this problem. The causes of this problem are industrial gases, smokes and toxins, smokes of...
Air Pollution
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...air quality largely. The rapid rise in population and the demand of energy are the main causes behind the emission of toxic substance and gases being released into the atmosphere and hence causing major damages to the human society and the natural ecosystem. Some developed countries have taken measures against the air pollution by making laws and policies and introducing green technologies. However, the rapid increase in industrialization has minimized the effect of these measures and millions of people... are at risk by inhaling air containing harmful substances. Air pollution is a major problem in big industrial urban areas as compared to...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution 0 Introduction Pollution is one of the recent topics that had caught the attention of the community at large. In the simplest term, pollution occurs when there are harmful substances present on land, sea, and air. There are also many factors that cause pollution, which mostly include man-made activities. With this on hand, the paper will focus on air pollution, including its cause and effect to the environment and the possible solution in order to lessen or terminate air pollution. 2.0 Air...
Air Pollution
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...AIR POLLUTION The purpose of this study is to look into the steps which can be taken to reduce air pollution. Air pollution is growing and spreading each day in the globe. This poses a serious predicament in the long run. 1.0 Introduction According to thinkquest.org (2011), an average person inhales about 20,000 litres of air. Every time a person inhales; there is a great risk of inhaling dangerous chemicals that find their way into the air. 2.0 Body 2.1 Is the air people inhale clean and healthy? The air that people inhale is neither clean nor is it healthy. In fact, the air that people breathe contains harmful gases like ground level ozone gas, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide... Running Head:...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Air Pollution is the polluting of the air by gases, solids and aerosols that change the ordinary composition of the uncontaminated atmosphere. These substances can be hazardous to health, other breathing organisms, soil and water. Clean air has a composition of naturally occurring chemicals like 99% oxygen and nitrogen and 1% of carbon dioxide, helium and trace gases. Air pollution initiates when different sources act to alter this normal concentration of the gases in the air. This paper will provide a...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Rationale for choosing the Topic 3 Brief idea about the topic 3 Introduction 4 Literature review 4 Air Pollution Causes 4 Effects/impacts 6 Air pollution statistics 7 Recommendations and personal opinion 7 References 9 (2015). Air Pollution: Comes From Many Sources. National Geographic Society - NGS. Retrieved from 9 Nathanson, J. A. (2015). “Air pollution.” Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Retrieved from 10 Seskin, E. P. & Lave, L. B. (2013). Air Pollution and Human Health. London: Routledge. 10... Tiwary, A. & Colls, J. (2009). Air Pollution: Measurement, Modelling and Mitigation, 3rd Edition. Boca Raton,...
Air pollution
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...Air pollution Institute Air pollution Summary Riyadh is the capital and one of the major cities of SaudiArabia. It is rapidly progressing, but it is in the jaws of air pollution, which is constantly clawing at its environment. Air pollution causes many diseases such as cardiovascular and breathing problems. But by promoting positive environmental behavior this problem can be overcome. Opting for public transport, carpooling, switching to energy-efficient devices will greatly help reduce air pollution. Human beings are...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Introduction Air pollution is associated with adverse health effects. These health effects have been linked to both particulate and gaseous components of air pollution, and to both acute and chronic exposure. To monitor and improve the air quality environmental agencies have been conducting comprehensive air-pollution monitoring and modeling over the last decades. Although these monitoring have helped to identify the potential unhealthy levels of air quality at specific areas, and the air...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Outline 0 Introduction Air pollution has become a major environmental health problem. Problems underlying ever increasing auto emissions of NOx and subsequent development of ground-level ozone air pollution are complex and multifaceted, requiring solutions that are more complex and wider in scope than traditional command and control methods. 2.0 Body 2.1 Ground-level Ozone and Human Health Effects Ground-level ozone negatively affects human health as well as the health of plants, and ecosystems. 2.2 Strategies to Reduce Tropospheric Ozone Levels In the past, efforts to reduce air pollution have consisted primarily of "command and control" programs that involve enforcement... ...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Introduction Air pollution has become a major environmental health problem affecting both developed and developing countries throughout the world (Nadakavukaren, 45). The consequence has been that air pollution is causing human health problems as well as damage to vegetation, crops, wildlife, materials, buildings and even the climate. In the U.S., the largest sources of air pollution, in order of importance, are: 1) transportation, mainly automobiles and trucks; 2) electric power plants that bum coal or oil; and 3) industry, for which the major sources include steel mills, metal smelters, oil refineries, and paper mills (McKenzie et al. 463... ? Table of Contents Environmental Science: Air...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution: A Worldview Clean air is a natural resource that is shared by all living things on Earth. Maintaining air quality is critical to the well being of humans as well as the plants and animals that inhabit the planet. The failure to maintain air quality can be seen in the large metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles and Tokyo where many residents require specialized breathing equipment to go outside during air quality alerts. Often we see the results as smog, but many times the air pollution is odorless, colorless, and is only detected by...
Air Pollution
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...AIR POLLUTION of essay’s assignment is due This paper will discuss the role of asbestos as an agent of air pollution, the health effects of asbestos, the sources of asbestos, management of asbestos, size of asbestos particles, risk assessment, standards and global problems of asbestos. The significance of asbestos in polluting the air has been discussed. The health problems that exposure to asbestos can cause will be given in detail. Places where asbestos can be found as well as manufactured products that contain asbestos will be given. The importance and processes of managing asbestos will be discussed. The size of asbestos particles in relation to their risk to humans has been... Running head: AIR...
AIR Pollution
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...AIR Pollution Obesity refers to an increase in body weight to a level where it poses heath risk to individuals (Bacallao, J et al,2000). The increase in obese cases in the United Kingdom and the United States among other industrialized countries is a worrying global trend that portrays deteriorating health standards and quality of life in such countries. Obesity is a serious health risks since it makes the body susceptible to many other health complications such as heart attacks, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes among many others (Tanumihardjo, S et al, 2007). The trend in such industrialized countries is therefore a proof of the low socio economic...
Discussion: Air Pollution Effects
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...Air Pollution – effects Air pollution is caused when harmful substances are discharged into the air by human activities and cause damage to human beings, animals, plants and also the natural environment. Natural events like volcanic eruptions and forest fires also contribute towards air pollution. (Wijetilleke & Karunaratne, 1995, p.10) There are many types of air pollution. The common types are acid rain, smog, greenhouse effect and damage in ozone layer. All these types can cause serious damage to human health (What is Air Pollution, n.d.). There are two main air pollutants that cause most damage to human beings and environment. One is sulphur dioxide which is produced when fuels like coal...
Air pollution in US
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...Air Pollution in the USA Introduction Air pollution is a problem that elicits national and international interest. This is sorely due to the adverseeffects it has on the environment and most importantly the negative health effects on humans. Several policies have been put in place but more needs to be done to increase the benefits. An understanding of sources and effects of air pollution would guide the USA in adopting appropriate control measures. Air pollution is grouped into indoor and outdoor air pollution, both...
Air Pollution in China
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...AIR POLLUTION IN CHINA College: Air Pollution in China Air pollution in China is a topic that has garnered a lot of interest among many environmentalists. Although industrialization in China has been appreciated and encouraged, it has contributed to the pollution of the air and the consequences have far reaching effects. Outdoor and indoor sources of air pollution have contributed to increases in impurities in the normal air concentration with trends promising more danger in the future. The health analysts have already burst in an outcry against the danger of air pollution and the need to fight against this kind of pollution. The health analysts have promised more disease such as lung cancer...
America Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Air pollution involves the introduction of particulate matter, chemicals, or the biological material, which causes the discomfort and harm to the humans and the living organisms. In other cases, the onset of industrial revolution in America has experienced a dozen of trouble with the environmental issues like air population. Studies conducted in America shows that over sixty percent of Americans reside in regions where air population is at a level considered being unhealthy hence making the people to be sick.1 Air pollution has evolved into being a serious global problem. The main reason for air pollution involves the neglect and indifference of environment protection by human... America...
Smog and air pollution
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...air pollution Environment is a term given to our surroundings. Nature, life, ecologyand habitat are basics of environmental studies and have been a subject of utmost importance to environment developing constituents of the U.S. They have taken different measures for the prevention of smog and air pollution but Industries, from the days of the Revolution, continue to harm the eco-system by emitting carbon dioxide and other toxic gases that progressively create thick layers of smog in the air (Edlin & Golanty 2010). Smog is described as ‘hazardous combination of sulfurous chemicals’ in the air. In the U.S, smog is formed owing to the action of sunlight on different chemicals present... in the...
Air Pollution in London
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...Air Pollution in London Air pollution occurs when the air contains gases, dust, fumes or odour in harmful amounts. That is, amounts which could be harmful to the health of humans and animals, or which could cause damage to the plants and materials. With increasing urbanisation and industrialisation, humans started to release more wastes into the atmosphere, and polluted the air. Air pollution is dangerous to our health and long term exposure to air pollution can shorten our life. Early exposure to...
Air pollution in china
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...Air Pollution in China Introduction China wakes up every day to air that defiles their health in every way. Platt terms China’s air pollution as the world’s “deadliest”. The country’s dependence on fossil fuels has seen it beat the US as the top CO2 emitter globally (Kuby et al. 795). The situation has been so severe such that Vanderklippe cites a man from Hebei province who sued the government in February 2014 for the “severity of the fouled air,” this being one of the many other affected citizens. To further show that the situation is severe, the reporter cites the U.S. embassy based in Beijing which rated the air quality in the capital as hazardous. Indeed, the poor air quality threatens... ...
Environmental Studies - Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution There are numerous adverse negative effects associate with air pollution. Quite largely, the air pollutionharm that has been done is almost irreversible. Air pollution is literally the introduction of contaminants in the ocean that organisms breathe. Most of these contaminants are either in gaseous or particulate nature. Polluted air affects vegetation in that it injures the fruits and leaves, reduces the rate at which photosynthesis takes place leading to impaired growth and ultimately reduced crop produce....
Sources of air pollution
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...Air Pollution 12-11-11 Sources of Air Pollution Air Pollution is becoming one of the devastating causes for depletion of ozone layer. Where is this air? Air is everywhere, around us; provides us with oxygen to breathe and is very crucial for the life of human beings, animals, plants and all living organisms on this planet Earth. It is made up of 99.9% oxygen, nitrogen, inert gases, and water vapors. It is important for us and our planet. But do we care about it? Sadly, we don’t. And what is this ozone layer? It is the protective layer made up of gases which absorbs 97-99% of the ultraviolet radiations of the sun. What will happen if the temperature of the world increases? Global warming... Sources of Air ...
Air Pollution law
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...Air pollution control: an overview of international, EU and UK environmental regulations Introduction For several decades air pollution remains one of the major problems having a great impact on the global environment. Although the levels of air pollution differ between countries and regions, nevertheless, economy, environment and citizens suffer from air pollution in both developed and developing countries. According to the World Health Organisation in Europe (WHOE), every year about 2 million people die from diseases related to air...
Five Air Pollution Topics
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...Air Pollution Air Pollution Air pollution refers to a combination of artificial and naturalsubstances such as fine particles in the air that we breathe. Fine particle that emanate from fossil fuels cause smog and harmful gases including nitrogen oxides and chemical vapors. An interesting topic is the impact of the Iraq war on air pollution. During the war, water sewerage and dams were destroyed resulting in lack of ways of water treatment, and thus sewage flew directly to river Tigris and Euphrates. This resulted in the spread of water borne diseases such as cholera and typhoid. Heavy earth moving machinery led to soil erosion. Sand was uncovered causing sand dunes that resulted... Important Topics on...
Air pollution of vehicles
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...pollutant Technologies to Prevent Air-Pollution of Vehicles: Hybrid-Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen Vehicles s Tutor’s Name Date Two Non-pollutant Technologies to Prevent Air-Pollution of Vehicles: Hybrid-Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen Vehicles Introduction During these days air pollution due to harmful vehicle-exhaust emission is one of the occupying concerns of modern man. Indeed exhaust-emission is “generated by the fuel-air mixture burning in internal combustion engines, both gasoline-powered and diesel-powered” (US Department of Energy). Also the Emissions often contain evaporated fuel produced within “the vehicle when it is stopped, and again during fueling” (US Department of Energy... ? Two...
Significance of Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Modernization and Industrial revolution has led to high fuel consumption. The rapid growth of Industries, vehicles, increase in the population, and urbanization are some of the major factors responsible for air pollution. The following industries are among those that emit a great deal of pollutants into the air: thermal power plants, cement, steel, refineries, petro chemicals, and mines. The growth of population in cities and decrease in the greenery has resulted in more concentration of air pollution due growing number of vehicles plying. Air pollution is most devastating as the pollutants can be carried to greater boundaries along... with the momentum....
Air Pollution in Beijing
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...Air Pollution in Beijing Air pollution in the capital of China, Beijing, has overtime become an ever increasing issue amongenvironmentalist and residents in China. Regrettably, any hopes of resolving this national calamity seems like just a mere dream. According to Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center, the current quality of air is reported to be above 300, which is considered hazardous by the World Health Organization. This is because dense smog hangs down the atmosphere affecting the people of Beijing. The monitoring stations observed that atmospheric particulates known as PM 2.5 are mostly...
Air Pollution in America
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...air pollution was not a big concern until the twentieth century. This is due to the fact as time goes by, people breathe in so many things that can be considered liter of air. In the course of a day, we breathe 5,000 to 15,000 liters of air. With each breath, we inhale life-sustaining oxygen, which is absorbed in our lungs and carried throughout our body. Air also contains pollutants, including pollen, microbes, particles such as soot and dust, and gases such as carbon monoxide-substances that can harm the human body. Contact with these harmful substances, which are filtered through the lungs and can also irritate the eyes and skin, triggers several defense mechanisms such as coughing... In this paper, ...
Air Pollution in Ontario
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...Air pollution in Ontario Introduction Ontario is a province that is located at the central Canada and has largest population. It has been rated as the second largest after Quebec in total area of coverage. It borders Manitoba to the West, Quebec to the east and the US cities of Michigan, New York, Minnesota, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The capital of the province has been described as the largest capital in Canada. According other 2006 census data, it has population of more than 12,160,282 which has been shown to the 38.5% for the total population of the nation. The population of the province has increased year after year which has come with a lot of problems...
Air pollution control
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...AIR POLLUTION CONTROL Introduction Air is polluted when amount of certain dangerous gases in the air exceed the limits. Dust and different sort of fumes also pollute the air greatly. Increase in air pollution causes a lot of harm to humans, animals and the natural environment. Ozone acts as shield against the ultra violet rays of the sun and protects all forms of life from direct exposure to such rays. Air pollution is the major cause of depletion of ozone layer in the atmosphere. Major type of air pollution is known as “smog”. Smog is combination of smoke and fog. Smog can be seen with a human eye. It is always brownish in colour and may be seen in some areas in the shape of haze... Topic: Teacher: AIR ...
Injustice of air pollution
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...Air Pollution al Affiliation Air pollution can be defined as the presence of unwanted substances inthe air. Other scientists may define air pollution as the presence of one or more contamination in the air like: dust, gas, fumes and smoke. Air pollutants can either be classified as natural or may be as a result of various human activities like industrial operations. The industrial contamination can be viewed as a by-product of external combustion like smoke, dust, and sulfur oxides, or as a result of internal by-products like petrol and diesel. These emissions can either be primary or secondary. Primary pollutants are directly from the source like: carbon monoxide, and oxides... of nitrogen....
Environmental Issues: Air Pollution
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...AIR POLLUTION INTRODUCTION Public opinion polls in the United s over the years consistently have d a high level of concern over implementing air pollution controls to guarantee healthy air. The Clean Air Act of 1963 was an early Congressional response to the public demand for a federal assistance to solve a policy issue that originally was considered to be a state and local problem. By 1970, the public insisted that the federal government deal with the unhealthy air problem that had grown beyond the capacity of the states to resolve. Congress authorized the newly formed United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to administer the Clean Air Act as a national air... ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: AIR...
Radon Indoor Air pollution
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...Air Pollution Radon Indoor Air Pollution When at the comfort of one’s home, a person feels the safest. Being able to rest, watch television, spend some quality time with the family and just contentedly read a book are just some of the things that one finds comfort doing in their own homes. But what if just staying at home and breathing the air inside one’s house already pose a danger to one’s health? What if the time one spends working away in an office has become a ticking bomb that brings one closer to acquiring a terminal illness? What if frequenting a grocery or shopping mall makes you more vulnerable to cancer, just by breathing in the air circulating inside the walls... of that...
China's Air pollution
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...Air pollution Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Economic reform 4 Environmental Kuznets Curves (EKC) 6 Three main air pollutants 6 Analysis 7 Health issue 7 Economic 8 Acid Rain 9 ‘Beijing Olympic’ problem 9 Environmental Kuznets Curves 10 Role of Social and political organizations 12 Future improvement 13 Conclusion 14 Works cited 15 Name of the student Name of the professor Course number Date China's Air pollution Introduction China is one of the rapidly developing countries in the world. Annual growth rate of the country has expanded since the second quarter of 2012. At present the growth rate of China is 7.5 percent, which is quite high compared to the growth rates of the developed... ?China's Air ...
Phoenix air pollution
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...Air Pollution Air pollution is a growing concern for many cities of the world. The problem is especially in cities of developing countries or by cities undergoing rapid industrial growth. Phoenix, Arizona is one city experiencing this problem. To come up with practical solutions to the menace, we have convened a stakeholder’s meeting with all interested parties in attendance. We would like to acknowledge and thank the willingness of the following stakeholders and interested parties. Present here are representatives from the Federal Government, the Mayor’s office, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The American Lung Association (ALA), The Natural Resource Defense... Number Phoenix...
Air Pollution in China
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...Air Pollution in China Introduction The economic activities of production and consumption carried out in the Peoples Republicof China require the use of energy, and the use of energy affects the environment in the form of pollution which may be air pollution and emission of greenhouse gases, which cause global warming that affects all states in the international system. The Peoples Republic of China which is the fastest growing economy in the world and only number two to the United States in terms of economic power also experiences the highest incidences of detrimental effects caused by air pollution. The rising emissions in China cause the increased pollution of the air within the country... ...
Air pollution in Beijing
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...Air Pollution in Beijing Introduction Pollution affects everyone and everything. Often times we focus on air quality in terms of human factors, but we fail to realize the environmental effects that pollution has on the planet as well. In recent decades, much has been written about air pollution in China. As the population has exploded in the region, so has economic growth. The Chinese people are experiencing unprecedented growth in economic and business development. This has resulted, however, in a migration of hundreds of millions of people towards urban areas. As this has occurred, countless thousands of factories have been erected to support this growth and to keep... health and has caused...
Air pollution in China
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...Air pollution in China Introduction The rapid economic growth in China resulted from an equally rapid industrialization of the country thereby causing myriad forms of environmental pollution. Various types of environmental degradation occur in the country all of which present varied environmental and health problems for the country’s populace. In 2009, a study on environmental pollution in China claimed that the economic cost of pollution in the country was about 8% of the country’s gross domestic product. Another study conducted in 2012 failed to quantify the cost of pollution in the...
Air pollution of fracking
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...air pollution and led to contamination of underground and surface water (Breitenstein et al, 351). On the other hand, gas mining companies who use hydraulic fracturing to access gas in shale rocks argue that in comparison to other sources of energy such as coal and oil, fracking is more environmental friendly. Amidst these arguments Josh Fox, an American film producer made a documentary to show fracking has negatively affected the people of United States of America. In this essay, we shall discuss... engaged and stayed with the residents as they narrated their stories and experiences of natural gas drilling in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and Texas among other several states, he talked with...
Phoenix air pollution
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...Air Pollution Air pollution is a growing concern for many cities of the world. The problemis especially in cities of developing countries or by cities undergoing rapid industrial growth. Phoenix, Arizona is one city experiencing this problem. To come up with practical solutions to the menace, we have convened a stakeholder’s meeting with all interested parties in attendance. We would like to acknowledge and thank the willingness of the following stakeholders and interested parties. Present here are representatives from the Federal Government, the Mayor’s office, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The American Lung Association (ALA), The Natural Resource Defense... Number Phoenix...
Climate and Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution of Global warming is related to the change in climate the related phenomena’s.An attempt to tackle one effectively tackles the other. United States is the world’s super power nation and is has a mandate to give directions on global warming. The country, however, from a research conducted at Concordia University, reveal the country is among seven other countries that are active in contributing anthropogenic global warming (Foley 5). The study documents that in 2005 alone the country helped contribute with the other six countries 60% of the pollution. The trend is worrying, and policies need to change to curb the alarming figures. The government should... Economies of Climate Change and Air ...
Environmental Law, Air Pollution Permits
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...Air Pollution Permits Question Air pollution is the contamination of the atmosphere by harmful gases.It causes severe complications to the chest and lungs due to the high concentration of harmful gases. The bubble concept for pollution control is best portrayed as a glass bubble over a single source of air pollution. Therefore, the thinking goes that a facility may increase the amount of its gas emissions if another facility decreases its emissions by the same amount or percentage. The bubble concept is best defined as a pollution control system which allows comprehensive measurements of allowable emissions, for a group of pollutants. Whenever a directive relating to emission... Environmental Law, Air...
Major Causes Of Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution: In the day and age we live in, air pollution is a sad fact of life. We claim to be civilized and modern, yet the environment we inhabit has declined under our watch. All elements of nature, including that of earth, water and air have suffered pollution in the last two centuries. This essay will confine itself with air pollution. The following passages expose the major sources of air pollution while also suggesting some constructive measures for alleviating the problem. One of the main causes of air pollution is automobiles. The combustion engines of most automobiles utilize fossil fuels, which produced green-house gases upon releasing energy. These greenhouse gases... Major causes of Air ...
Tesla Motors Combate Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Yolanda George Dr. Vana Prewitt Tesla Motors Combat Air Pollution Motor vehicles have been proven to cause more airpollution that any other Human activities. This has led to diverse environmental reactions such as global warming and loss of biodiversity. According to Simioni, (2012) Air pollution is mostly caused by vehicle engines that combust fossil fuels and accounts for 85% of the total air pollution. Vehicles usually burn out fossil fuels and as a product they get to emit carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides. Tesla motors seeks to save the problem by the introduction of electric vehicles, which do not emit such gases. The big question is, will Tesla motors... Tesla Motors Combat Air...
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