1. What are some of the causes of both indoor and outdoor air pollution where you live, work, or attend school? How does this affect that environment?
2. Why do you feel there is debate about policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? How can science help resolve the debate?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:01 am ad1c9bdddf
1. The main causes of outdoor air pollution include harmful emissions due to burning of fuel and other materials in industries and automobiles. Huge amount of harmful gases are emitted each day across the globe due to manufacturing processes as well as via millions of automobiles across the globe.
The main causes of indoor air pollution include harmful emissions from lights, radiations from appliances, smoke from cooking or smoking, harmful paints, carpets, etc.
These sources of pollution pollute the environment and make it unsafe for human beings by emitting harmful substances in the environment. Such harmful ...
Discusses causes of both indoor and outdoor air pollution and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Includes 1 reference.
The only amount of acceptable pollution is no pollution at all
Use economic analysis to evaluate the following statement: The only amount of acceptable pollution is no pollution at all.View Full Posting Details