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Air Pollution in Italy
An assessment of the air pollution in Italy.
# 112936 | 2,301 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2009 | US

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The paper looks at the sources of pollution in Italy, at the transport of pollution, the level of the phenomenon, as well as the effect it has on the population. The paper also considers the regulations imposed by the EU and the national states to reduce emissions. The paper shows that pollution represents a major issue for the Italian state and action must be taken in order to reduce the quantity of polluting agents because the health of the population will eventually be affected.

Sources of Pollution in Italy
The Transport of Pollution
The Level of Pollution in Italy
Effects on the Population
Measures Taken by the Authorities

From the Paper:

"Globalization is beginning to put its mark on the environment at a global scale. More and more countries and regions in the world are facing increased levels of pollution due to the irresponsible development of industries and areas which represent high sources of pollution. At the global level action is being taken especially through the Kyoto Protocol to reduce these effects. Nonetheless, the situation is according to specialists out of control and increased measures must be taken in order to reduce the potentially irreversible effects of the industrial pressure that is affecting the global environment."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Colls, Jeremy. Air Pollution. Spon Press: New York, 2002.
  • Corrosion in Italy. N.d. 17 June 2008,
  • Energy Agency of Municipality of Naples. Quality of air Campaigns to set an example. 2001. 17 June 2008
  • Fusco, D et al. Air pollution and hospital admissions for respiratory conditions in Rome, Italy. 2001. 17 June 2008,
  • Gerdol, R. et al. "Monitoring of heavy metal deposition in Northern Italy by moss analysis". N.d. 17 June 2008

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