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    Effects Of Electric Cars

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    over the word and different kinds of vehicles are made of such us busses, ships and military vehicles. Regarding to customer exigency new technology has been developed and now we can see within a car, front and rear view cameras, internet connection, air bags, seat warmers, and so on. 3.- The effect of the emissions on the environment and government…

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    Answer 1: Earlier in the beginning of the millennium, the Root Air came into existence with a mysterious voice mail massage. The massage was from Ted Shetzen, the chief functional officer of Sky service Airlines Inc. Roots Air’s profit making plan was to filch away a little part of Air Canada’s extreme gainful consumers or the flyers of business class. The strategy was to tantalizing the customers with celebrity pitches and by making promise to provide food of excellent quality, luxurious…

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    change. There are many ways that pollution is contaminating the world including, Air Pollution, Soil Pollution, and Water Pollution. Within those three, there are many issues that are arising that need to have immediate action taking place. Water pollution is killing many animals, which is leading to endangered species. Soil contamination is damaging crops, which is causing soil erosion. Lastly, air pollution is causing air quality to be at an all-time low, it is also causing biological effects…

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    “Environmental pollution is an incurable disease, it can only be prevented” once said by Barry Commoner, a former biologist and a founder of the modern environmental movement stated this quote back in the day 1900’s yet environmental problems still continues to be a huge problem, not only individually but it’s a social condition today. As humans we should see that we breath and survive because of the clean environment that we once had, but the question is that are we really living in a clean…

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    Earth’s Atmosphere By Ikotun Oluwatoke Environmental science 2000 Student number: 7733112 Introduction Human activities has caused increase of dangerous air pollutant and climate change which has led to serious health illness, the increase in population is directly proportional to the increase in human sources of pollution. In the early model of Earth’s atmosphere, oxygen was a minor component of the Earth’s atmosphere and so many theories were made up for why this was so. However, as…

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    the top air quality issues are particulate matter and indoor air pollution. Indoor air pollution may be many times more toxic and affect the old and young who may be at greatest risk of adverse health effects. My talents may, in fact, contribute to decreasing the levels of these hazards. The Fairbanks area is well known for a meteorological condition known as temperature inversion. This inversion of temperature, keeping warmer, unhealthy air near the ground by cold, dense air…

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    The air smells like an airport smoking lounge. Harmful chemicals are entering the body and implanting life threatening diseases. In China, pollution levels are higher than the rest of the world combined. Factories producing toxic carcinogens into the environment is having a huge impact on Chinese citizens. This problem, created by humans, is absolutely necessary to resolve. The pollution will only continue to grow if no action is taken. To start, as the economy grows, the environment continues…

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    Power of Pollution Everybody knows that there are many different types of pollution, but what people don’t know is how it’s affecting their environment, and themselves. Researchers tend to focus on the types of pollution: air, environmental, sound, light and many more, but not on who and how it affects them. Not only does pollution affect animals and the environment, but it affects humans too. While limitations are put on how much pollution companies are allowed to emit out into the atmosphere,…

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    that humans are the cause of such a difference in this once pristine environment. The activity of humans is primarily responsible for global warming, however, this topic is still being heavily debated today. The pro party argues that rising levels of air pollutants are being done by human activity, the con party believes anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions are too small to cause any significant changes to the…

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    Dual Federal Government

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    The article focuses on ambient air standards, emission standards and ambient air monitoring. States can exceed the standards of the USEPA by creating even more stringent standards. Table 1 shows that many other states have to exceed the USEPA standards and creating their own. ‘‘ In clean air policy, economic pressures have not overwhelmed the state 's’’ ability to det their own environmental…

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