Faiz, Asif; Weaver, Christopher S.; Walsh, Michael P. Air Pollution From Motor Vehicles: Standards And Technologies For Controlling Emissions Washington, D.C. World Bank, 1996. The book “Air Pollution From Motor Vehicles: Standards and Technologies for Controlling Emissions”, is about how cars are one of the primary sources for air pollution. The author gives various emission regulations and standards for different countries such as Columbia, Canada, Brazil, and Argentina. The book goes into detail about the history of emissions control and why it should be controlled. Also it states that, the U.S. and Japan introduced advanced technologies such as catalytic converters and evaporative control. Those technologies provoked the worldwide demand for emissions control. Also are chapters that Intel the effectiveness of California’s smog program. The authors provide the factors that influence motor vehicle emissions. In my opinion this book is a very useful source. The authors give the reader a brief history lesson on the birth of pollution resulting from motor vehicles. Then they discuss how society began to confront the issue. They also provide charts that compare the emission standards within different countries. This is very valuable information when trying to prove that vehicle pollution is an issue. The purpose of this book is to inform readers that vehicle emission is a primary pollutant of the air.
This information will be very useful in my project. I will use it to show that motor vehicles, and man-made products are the major causes of pollution. It will also help me to persuade the reader that pollution is global, and not just national. This source has taught me that if a country finds a solution to decrease pollution, the rest will follow. Spellman, Frank R. The Science Of Environmental Pollution Lancaster, Pa. Technomic Publishing, 1999. At the beginning of the book Spellman describes what the environment was like in his childhood and compares it to...
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