I 1. Standards for Air Quality are concentratrions over a given time period that are considered to be acceptable in the light of what is sciencetilly known about the effects of each pollutan on health and or environment. 2. Many different chemicals in the air affect the human body in negative ways. For Example: People in the world that are exposed to air pollution, has many deseases. Older people has deseases in their heart or lungs. children are also at serious risk. Also the air pollution kill plants and trees by destroying their leaves. It kills animals too, sepecially fish in the polluted rivers. 3. There are many programs to conserve the Air Quality around the world. For example: a) “Green” printing and recycling programs. b) Partnership for clean fuels and vehicles. c) The program of the department of environment and conservation is working towards a vision of “a healthy, diverse and wellmanaged Western Australia environment”. This department will achieve this visions by: Conserving biodiversity Leading climate change actions Creating a world class parks system Preventing pollution and remedialing contamination Maintaining community involvement and support, and improving the way we do business. a) The Natural Resources Conservation Service: this department help people reduce soil erosion, improve water quality, and reduce damges caused by floods and other natural disasters. II •
Pollution: Is often a consequence of producing, using and disposing of many things that make our lives safer, easier and more comfortable, For example: Cars, fast food, newspaper, air conditionaring, microwaves, hair dryes, etc. Pollution is generated by industries, agriculture, businesses, vehicles, all of them contaminate our soil, water, and air. Environment quality: is a set of properties and characteristics of the environment, as they beat on human beings and other organisms.
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More Words and concepts: a) Air toxics: are those air pollutions that cause cancer or other serious health effects. b) Carbon monoxide: it is produce primarily by motor vehicles. It can reduce persons ability to think clear, and also causes visual impairment and headaches. c) Lead: is a pollutant that affects the central nervous system. It causes anemia. d) Ozone layer: is a natural layer that surrounds the earth and protects the surface from harmful ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Iteractive part at my wiki!