• storries
    present text attempts to help the reader comprehend the situation in a holistic manner, identify the causes and effects of air pollution, examine and analyze the existing status, reflect, debate and generate ideas as to what actions need to be taken at individual, collective or governmental level...
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  • Problems Caused by Air Pollution
    particulates rose above normal (Edelson 26). Air pollution also increased deaths from chronic lung disease in the United States. "Although statistics on the physical effects of air pollution are not easily calculated," according to Edelson, "an alarming related statistic is that between 1970 and 1986, deaths...
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  • Impacts of Foreign Tourism to India
    . For instance, the Taj Mahal, the Qutab Minar, Ajanta and Ellora temples, etc, would have been decayed and destroyed had it not been for the efforts taken by Tourism Department to preserve them. Likewise, tourism also helps in conserving the natural habitats of many endangered species. 5. Developing...
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  • notification
    the said Act), the Central Government hereby constitutes an authority to be known as the Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority for the National Capital Region (hereinafter referred to as the Authority) consisting of the following persons 1[for a period of eight years] with effect...
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  • Political - Economical Environment Facing Indian Business
    of tanneries in Kanpur as they were polluting Holi Ganga. In August 1993 several foundries around the famous Taj Mahal were ordered to be closed down because of air-pollution caused by them had adverse impact on the whiteness of Taj Mahal. Technical environment The business in a country is...
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  • The Environmental Impact of Tourism
    ), the Pyramids (Egypt), Taj Mahal (India), Lembah Bujang (Kedah, Malaysia) 2. The creation of national parks and wildlife parks (such as the Yellowstone Park (USA), Maasai Mara National Reserve (Kenya), Pittier National Park (Venezuela), Fiordland National Park (New Zealand) etc. 3...
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  • Pollution
    29/ 10/ 2012 Pol t i n Thr eat ens t he Taj M ahal | I ndi 's G r eat est Si ht u l o a g Pollution Threatens the Taj Mahal The Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the modern world and India’s greatest landmark, is in danger of being damaged by air and water pollution. Agra, where the Taj...
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  • Meaning of Public Interest Litigation
    prevent thedegradation of the Taj Mahal due to pollution, also ordered the government toallot land for the relocation of these industries outside theTaj trapezium. This can be read as an effort to balance environmental needs withlivelihood concerns.However, the Court has also articulated an elite...
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  • Acid Rain Summary
    . Animals, plants, and even some rocks cannot survive when they come into contact with something so acidic. In Greece, the famous Parthenon is being dissolved by the rain that lands on the rocks from which it is made. In India, the Taj Mahal is suffering the same problem. In Sweden, over 18,000...
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  • adarsh
    also contribute to air pollution by producing foul smelling gases on decomposition. 25. Question:   What is greenhouse effect? Answer:    Earth is surrounded by an envelope of gases. Most of the solar radiation that reaches the earth is reflected back. However, some of the heat is absorbed by the...
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  • Say 'No' to Plastic
    cheap and disposable, and too much durable. We want our distant descendants to remember us by the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China, and not by the billions of Styrofoam cups that are tossed away by us every year, or the thousands of tonnes of plastic bottles, bags, and wrappers, hurled from...
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  • Acid Rain
    Athens, Greece; Taj Mahal in Agra, India Effects of Acid Rain  Affects human health    Respiratory problems, asthma, dry coughs, headaches and throat irritations Leeching of toxins from the soil by acid rain can be absorbed by plants and animals. When consumed, these toxins affect...
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  • ENGLISH
    fertilizing it. Stoves, LPG and other non-conventional sources of energy should be used for cooking and the bursting of firecrackers should be made minimal to reduce air pollution. Air pollution not only affects our health but also historical monuments. For instance, the Taj Mahal is under threat due...
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  • Indian Heritage
    those with engines. It also appeared that the excessive pollution was having an adverse effect on the Taj Mahal. After a court ruling all transport in the area was shut down shortly followed by the closure of all industrial factories in the area. The air pollution in the big cities is rising to...
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  • Taj Mahal
    itsunparallel beauty the wife said “if you promise tobuild a taj in my memory I am ready to die now .“ WHITE STARTS GOING YELLOW •“Pollution has managed to do what 350 years of wars,invasions and natural disasters have failed to do. It hasbegun to mar the magnificent walls of the Taj Mahal,”declared...
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  • essay
    , pollution free surroundings and conservation of natural resources for higher quality living. An eco city project for Kottayam Kumarakom region was initiated, which was extended for the Taj Eco city covering an area of 30 sq. km. around Taj Mahal to achieve visible environmental improvement. Under the...
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  • Environmental Protection of Taj Mahal
    far the greatest cause of concern is the sharply accelerating pollution levels in the adjoining Yamuna River, which though a separate entity, is in fact very much an integral element of Taj Mahal splendor. Tackling the Yamuna pollution requires a much more comprehensive Environmental Action Plan...
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  • Acid Rain and Particle Polution
    shown by CaCO3(s)+H2SO4(aq)→CaSO4(s)+CO2(g)+H2O(l). Examples of buildings damaged by this reaction include the Taj Mahal and St Paul’s Cathedral. Acid rain can also have a strong negative impact on lakes. Rain water with a low pH can lower the pH of lakes enough to kill fish and disrupt whole...
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  • Taj Mahal
    of the yellowing pollution retaining a certain charm that takes my breath away. Introduction: . My favourite tourist spot is the most wonderstruck and amazing Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal, a dream carved in milky white marble is the matchless monument portraying the beauty of eternal love! A memorial...
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  • Hearts
    10% of the pollution causing acid rain. What is the effects and problems of Acid Rain? There are many problems and effects caused by acid rain. Acid rain can cause buildings, statues and bridges to deteriorate faster than usual. Another problem is it harms thousands of lakes, rivers, and streams...
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