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  • Pollution
    UNIT 5: Pollution 5.1 DEFINITION 5.2 CAUSES, EFFECTS AND CONTROL MEASURES OF: 5.2.1 Air Pollution 5.2.2 Water Pollution 5.2.3 Soil Pollution 5.2.4 Marine Pollution 5.2.5 Noise Pollution 5.2.6 Thermal Pollution 5.2.7 Nuclear hazards 5.3 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND CONTROL MEASUR...
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  • Write an Essay on Globalisation in Which You: Define and Explain the Concept of Globalisation(2 Pages), Discuss the Arguments in Favour of and Against Globalisation (3 Pages)
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  • Analyse the Arguments in Favour of, and Against, the Decriminalisation of Cannabis.
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  • Explain the Arguments for and Against Strict Liability Offences
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  • Pollution & Economic Growth
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  • Thermal Pollution
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  • Environmental Pollution Study Guide
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  • Pollution
    Do not pollute your environment! Nowadays the society has to face up to a lot of problems. Among them the pollution is one of the most popular topics. People generally don't think of it that they injure their environment with almost every action and this carries consequences. With few excep...
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  • Pollution
    Module: Environmental Studies Lecture #1 UNIT 1 OUR CHANGING ENVIRONMENT (3 HOURS) INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES What is Environmental Science? It is the science of understanding how the world works at the level of the natural environment, i.e. how the natural environment regene...
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  • Transportation as a Source of Air Pollution
    STRATEGIC APPROACH TO REDUCING VEHICLE EMISSIONS IN NIGERIA: ROLE OF FLEET OPERATORS. BEING A LECTURE PRESENTED BY ENGR. BG IBRAHIM fwc ACM (SED) AT SAFETY MANAGERS TRAINING PROGRAMME AT FRSC ACADEMY, JOS ON THE 28TH AUGUST,2009. INTRODUCTION 1. In developed and developing countries, the h...
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  • pollution
    There are mainly following types of pollutions: 1. Air Pollution 2. Water Pollution 3. Chemical Pollution 4. Land Ozone-sphere Pollution 5. Land and Soil Pollution 6. Food Contaminants 7. Noise Pollution 8. Modern Pollutions 1. Air Pollution: The major component of the biosphere...
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  • water pollution
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  • water pollution
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  • Informative speech about air pollution
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  • Air pollution
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  • Environmental Pollution Study Guide
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