Air Pollution and Climate Change
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This paper discusses the problem of air pollution and climate change in Ontario especially Toronto. The author emphases the use of statistics especially correlations. The paper relates the adequacy of the Montreal Protocol and makes policies recommendations.
From the Paper:"There is a great deal of evidence that human activity is resulting in serious pollution of the environment. It is clear that "industrial activities, such as mining, are directly responsible for much of the pollution that degrades the environment" (Ayres, 2003, p. 1). Industrial flows such as heavy metals are harmful to the environment, and when toxic substances build up, they can interfere with biological processes. The damage done by corporate pollution is particularly observed in air quality and in climatic change. The other main source of smog consists of automobile emissions."
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