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    Air Pollution Act

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    Tri-County Technical College Abstract This paper is intended to highlight the events that lead to the introduction of the Air Pollution Act of 1955, inform the audience of the nature of that legislation, and describe the people who assisted in the creation and passing of the Act itself. Events like the smog in Los Angeles, the pioneering of state laws regulating air pollution and the disastrous events in Donora, Pennsylvania will be due to their integral part in passing the Act. This paper…

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    Air Pollution In India

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    breath in clean air. However, if you were living in India and looking out of a window, this would be much different. (picture of a street in India) Rather than a blue sky, your view would be of a sky turned gray from the excessive amounts of air pollution. Walking out of a building in India, instead of breathing in fresh, clean air, you would be inhaling air contaminated by the toxins that have infiltrated it. The noise from the hundreds of vehicles on the street that are causing pollution is…

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    Air pollution is the contamination of the atmosphere by harmful biological or chemicals. Pollution causes serious harm to the environment and it is attributed that it is among the reasons why we have global warming. With harmful gases being emitted in the atmosphere there is dire need on how we can minimize the effects that causes air pollution, although some are inevitable there is need to put countermeasures in helping regulating harmful gases from being emitted to the atmosphere. Some of the…

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    Air Pollution as a Tragedy of Commons Zachary Preston EVSP414 October 22, 2017 Air Pollution as a Tragedy of Commons The Tragedy of the Commons can be described as the depletion of shared resources by people acting rationally and independently, according to their self-interest despite being aware that abusing the common resource contrary to their long-term best interests. The Tragedy serves as a model of a myriad of current resource-based problems affecting the society. It applies to the…

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    How to solve air pollution problem in Chiang Mai “Go green”, “Think green”, or “Save the world” are some of slogans that people know. Several years ago, the world faced many environmental issues. One of them is the problem of air pollution. This aspect is a very dangerous problem in our world today. Some people think that air pollution is not harming the earth or the people. This is why it has become a very dangerous problem in Chiang Mai today. According to CityNews, Particulate matter…

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    Indoor Air Pollution Vague Problem Definition: Those that experience the effects of indoor air pollution define indoor air pollution as a health hazard that is a growing problem in buildings and house today. Furniture, building materials, or upkeep materials can leak pollutants into a household (Binggeli 326). With more and more codes suggesting alternative chemicals and solutions, comes more and more pollution. However, those stakeholders in paint companies, gas companies, and much more would…

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    Million of trucks, diesel buses, burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil, gasoline and diesel fuel, they all produces a number of air pollutants. Moreover, illegal coal industries and unqualified fueling gear, raise dust and kitchen fume, they all contributed to air pollution in China, in other countries. So is it leaving high pollution areas extremely the only method to limit the risks of an asthma attack? I can tell the answer. Yes, it does. After moving to America, I don’t have to use asthma…

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    1 Introduction Air pollution is one of the primary environmental hazards to the health of citizens across the world. If countries focus on controlling and decreasing the level of air pollution they can rapidly minimize the risk of various deadly diseases like cardiovascular diseases, various types of cancer, acute and chronic respiratory problems like pneumonia, asthma etc. over short and long-time period. According to the World Health Organization(WHO) in the year 2014, around more than ninety…

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    suffering from pollution. Scientist have known about the Earth’s pollution issues for centuries, especially when coal was introduced. Air pollution is one of the worst forms of pollution. Scientists recognize air pollution as a threat to human health and ecosystems, especially in countries such as China. China is a country falling under the consequences of air pollution. Air pollution in China has become very out of control. There are many factors that contribute to China’s pollution crisis such…

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    from the industrialized environment, and the air is toxic to breathe. Is this a world you would want to live? Probably not, but that is the reality for most cities around the world. As our world becomes more industrialized, Air pollution takes a toll on the environment and in effect it begins to impact our health. Air Pollution is a rising concern around the world because some countries have it worse than America. In this day and age, Air Pollution is very common especially among the busy…

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