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  • Chinese Air Pollution

    killer in China than smoking, says new Greenpeace study”4 (04 February, 2015) : “Tiny smog-inducing pollutants, known as PM2.5, led to about 257,000 premature deaths across the mainland 's 31 municipalities and provincial capitals in 2013, according to the study - an average of about 90 in every 100,000 deaths.” People have to work…

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  • Toxic Release Essay

    Air Quality and Toxic Release The problem of the air quality and toxic release is currently attracting people’s attention worldwide. Certainly, resident of the vibrant, wealth city of Montreal, in Canada, are also focused on solving this universal problem. Due to the reason that people are focusing on solving the problem of pollution, factors that lower the air quality seems impossible to exist. However, they do exist. Before talking about these factors, knowing the general air quality in…

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  • How To Increase Air Pollution In China

    It wasn’t that people at that time couldn’t smell the suffocating smoke, but the warmth and energy that coal brought was more important at the time. Around 1980 there were 3700 factories inside Beijing, for a large agricultural country eager to develop, smokestacks were a sign of progress. We had absolutely no experience or consciousness of pollution, nor the ability to control it. Major pollutants did not have any set standards. Even though the amount of coal burned wasn’t near today’s levels,…

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  • The Importance Of Air Pollution Level In London

    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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  • Traffic Congestion Speech

    Topic: Causes of Traffic Congestion Thesis statement: Traffic congestion is caused by high volumes of vehicles, inadequate infrastructure, illegal parking and pedestrian crossing. Sub-topics Topic sentences High volumes of vehicles A major reason for traffic congestion is the high volume of vehicles. Inadequate infrastructure Along with vehicular increases another contributing factor to traffic congestion is inadequate infrastructure. Illegal…

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  • Air Pollution In China Essay

    Do you dare to go out without masks? Many people in China will answer “No.” Rapid industrial development of China has improved people’s standard of living. However, it also brings some unwanted side effects, such as air pollution and water pollution. In order to develop industries, the consumption of fossil fuels increases. Burning of fossil fuels emits lots of air pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon dioxide, and other particles. Private cars and other vehicles also…

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  • Census Tract 1220.01, Arlington, And Texas

    Ethnic Characteristics Table 2 and 3 represent the racial and ethnic characteristic of census tract 1220.01, Arlington, and Texas. Within racial characteristics, White and Hispanics make up majority of the population in all three categories. In census tract 1220.01, whites are majority (92.63%) followed by Hispanic (66.91%). In Table 2, these two census tract 1220.01 findings are the highest compared to Arlington and Texas. Ethnic characteristic showed the diversity in census tract 1220.01,…

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  • Ap Euro Dbq Industrial Revolution

    The Industrial Revolution had mostly negative effects but there were some positive outcomes. There was good and bad situations happening to the workers such as getting paid and having a good environment. Also some workers got hurt by the machines and would get sick since the machine caused pollution. One of the positive effects during the Industrial Revolution was that the workers in the factories had a good environment that was clean and safe . Every other worker was doing their job. In…

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  • Causes Of Air Pollution Essay

    is the one of the major causes of air pollution. Air pollution can be classified in 2 types of groups, visible air pollution and invisible air pollution. Your probably wondering where I’m going with this so I will explain. For example pollution like smog is visible and can do a lot of damage to your body internal organs. You can see it but not always realize what it is an Invisible pollutant is sound. Yes, sound is one of many pollutants and can affect you even when you can’t tell. Sometimes the…

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  • The Problem Of Air Pollution In China

    causes a bigger problem on some countries than others. China is one of the countries that is strongly affected by air pollution. Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong are examples of areas in China affected air pollution. These towns have high amounts of smog and as a result the population is put at risk. These areas are at risk because the amount of concentration exceeds WHO guidelines. Exceeding these guidelines results in posing risks to the cardiovascular system and the cerebrovascular system. If…

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