• Environment
    consequences for everyone’s daily life. The major environmental problems that are facing the world today are global warming, deforestation and air pollution. First of all, one of the greatest environmental concerns we have today is global warming. Global warming refers to the gradual increase in the...
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  • Pollutants
    Introduction:- Pollutants in the air threaten the lives of everything living on earth. They cause acid rain and smog, weaken the ozone layer, increase the chances of cancer and contribute to changing the climate of the world. Pollutants can be invisible and often we don’t even realize that we’re...
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  • Air Pollution
    Air Pollution Alicia Goodman Environmental Science – EVS1001 June 18, 2011 Instructor: Angie Edwards AIR POLLUTION Air pollution is the biggest problem we as government face today. The problem arose during the industrial revolution and has just gotten worse since then. However, the industrial...
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  • pollution
    Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Pollutants, the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturally occurring...
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  • Tourism Issue Research Exercise and Essay
    the negative impacts of tourism to a Chinese destination. This essay is going to cover how the boosting tourism is affecting the quality of water and air in China. 1.2 Introduction to articlelu This article is discussing about the sudden influx of tourists throughout China during China’s National...
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  • Comparing the Impact of Pollution in China with the Same Development Period in Norway
    Comparing the impact of pollution on the GDP growth in China (1980-2010) with the same development period in Norway Abstract: China has a rapidly soaring GDP growth from 1980 to 2012, which has had positive impacts. However, it has had negative impacts on the environment. This article is attempting...
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  • Class Assignment
    Studies |Environmental Pollution | |Group Assignment | |Course Code- SOC102 | Title of the Assignment: Environmental Pollution Submitted By : Submitted...
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  • Problems Caused by Air Pollution
    Caused By Air Pollution Some people think that air pollution is not harming the earth or the people, but it is doing worse, by killing the earth and getting people sick. "Air pollutants," according to Gay, "are known to cause respiratory diseases, cancer, and other serious illnesses" (12). Air pollution...
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  • Ethics and Environmental Case Study
    When air pollution is mentioned, many think of the city Los Angeles. However, Beijing China and Mexico City have become well known for air pollution, with Beijing topping the list of worst air quality in the world (Raven, Berg, & Hassenzahl. 2010). At the same time Mexico City is no stranger to air pollution...
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  • Air Pollution - 15
    Recently, pollution is becoming more and more serious, particularly air pollution. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the chemical elements of the atmosphere have changed. Along with the development of industrialization, air pollution has spread and now it is a global issue. The atmosphere...
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  • The Positive Impact of the Clean Air Act on Air Pollution in the United States
    advances in technology have led to increases in the amount of particulate matter and pollutants in the air. By the 1940's, the air quality in major industrial cities was so polluted that by mid-day the air was so darkened that cars needed to use their headlights since it appeared as though the sky was at...
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  • the end
     Lungs Smoking and air pollution exposure and lung cancer mortality in Zhaoyuan County Lung cancer has increased from 5.47 to 30.83 per 100,000 during 1973-1975 for the Chinese population. It is now the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in China. In men, the lung cancer rate has increased...
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  • How does pollution in large cities affect human health?
    How does pollution in large cities affect human health? Pollution, a worldwide problem which has been concerned with since 1972 (Seitz 2008:156), has significant effects on human health in large cities. It may be defined as several different types of pollutant in environment mainly caused by industry...
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  • Effects of Pollution on the Environment
    EFFECTS OF POLLUTION ON THE ENVIRONMENT What is environmental pollution ? Nature maintains a balance in the environment and any kind of imbalance therein is called environmental pollution. Man’s quest to conquer the universe with technological development has resulted in grave dangers to the very existence...
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  • The Effects of Gold Mining
    Gold mining is a serious problem due to air, water pollution it produces an it threatens the human health. It is a term used to define the series of processes to extract gold from underground. It is impossible to know the exact date that humans first began to mine gold, but some of the oldest known...
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  • Article Analisis "Pollution in Power Plants"
    POLLUTION: “Toxic Waters: from Air to Water Waste” -NYTimes The subject is a hot topic. Indeed, with the pollution phenomenon and the deterioration of Mother Earth, it became urgent to find a way to tackle the pollution issue to save the planet, preserve it for future generations, and to prevent health...
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  • Air Pollution 12
    becoming increasingly industrialized, and in a world where more people can afford to drive cars, air pollution is becoming a very big problem. While there are those who would debate whether or not our air pollution is causing global warming, versus the earth's natural warming process since the last Ice Age...
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  • Air Pollution and Its Health Impacts on Three Cities
    Air pollution and its health impacts on three cities Air pollution has a significant impact on human health. It can cause death by compromising the respiratory and cardiorascular system, or by its toxic carcinogenic effects. Transport is the greatest source of air pollutions, owing to increased numbers...
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  • A Reduction of Air Pollution
    Reduction of Air Pollution How hazardous is air pollution to your health? Very much according to World Health Organization, 2.7 million people die each year from causes directly attributable to air pollution. Deaths related to direct causes of air pollution are asthma,...
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  • Air Pollution Essay - 1
    Title : AIR POLUTION Air Pollution is anything that goes into the air that is harmful. Most air pollution is manmade. The largest contributor to air pollution is the burning of fossil fuels such as gas and coal. Air pollution can also be said is the accumulation in the atmosphere of substances that...
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