Air Pollution and Related Dangers
A look at the dangers of air pollution, including an examination of the various types of pollution, and how it can be stopped.
# 234 | 2,216 words | 7 sources | 2000 |
Published on Apr 22, 2002 in Environmental Studies (Environmental Problems) , Environmental Studies (Air Pollution) , Environmental Studies (General)
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From the Paper:"Air is the most crucial substance for human survival. We must therefore examine the causes of lower troposphere air pollution and try to rectify them by any means possible. There are five chief types of lower troposphere air pollutants, particulate matter, sulfur oxide, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, and nitrogen oxide. All of these must be eliminated or at least reduced for our future generations to grow up in a healthy atmosphere. The first step in this direction is holding large factories, corporations, and car owners responsible for their contributions to air pollution. Then we must use the instruments that are available to rid our planet of this pollution and finance research that will in turn discover new ways of using machinery and cars that will produce little or no pollution and will therefore help future generations to prosper."
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