Air Pollution Cause and Effect Essay by hicaliber

Air Pollution
An analysis of the causes and effects of air pollution on the health of fetuses, adult morbidity and international conflict.
# 93575 | 1,045 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2007 | US


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Description:

This paper examines the problems that air pollution causes and the effects that these problems can have on the rest of society. It looks at how pollution affects the most innocent of victims, namely, fetuses. It then discusses how air pollution contributes illnesses such as cancer and respiratory problems throughout the world, especially in countries that are rapidly industrializing. The paper ends by discussing an often-overlooked social and international effect of pollution - that of numerous wars and international conflicts that have begun over issues of pollution.

Table of Contents:
Effects on Fetal Growth
Effects on Adult Health
Pollution and War
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "Air Pollution Trims Fetal Growth." Science News January 22, 2005: 61-62.
  • "Can Polluted Air Cause Birth Defects." Science News September 3, 2005: 158.
  • "Outdoor Air Pollution Causes Many Cancer-Related Deaths in Russia." Obesity, Fitness and Wellness Week 29 May 2004:378- . ProQuest. Internet Explorer. New York Public Library. 25 Mar 2006 <www.nypl.org>.
  • Wagner, Cynthia. "War Crimes Against Nature." The Futurist May/June 2003: 9-10.
  • Whitman, David. "Burning Atlanta." The Washington Monthly September 2005: 17-23.

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