DeekshithKumar Thadishetti Professor mankerian LS 690 July 31 2015 Climate change is one of the global issue that requires multiperspective approach. One of the key cause of climate change is air pollution. Air pollution occurs as a result of release of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. There are two key sources of air pollution that should be targeted if the air pollution is to be reduced. The first source is the industrial stationay sources, which include electric power facilities.
It looks and smells dissatisfactory. Polluted water isn’t just deadly, it is also deadly. About 1.8 million people die every year of diarrheal diseases like cholera. In nature, water is cleaned slowly. It takes months or even years.
And especially for us here in Florida, the high humidity conditions that exist after water damage create the perfect conditions for mold growth. So, what can you do about it? For starters, you can be on the lookout for leaks. A leak can be slow and gradual, taking years to detect until significant property damage occurs, or there may be large leaks that quickly create a wide array of damaging results.
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Lab 2 – Water Quality and Contamination Experiment 1: Effects of Groundwater Contamination Table 1: Water Observations (Smell, Color, Etc.) Beaker Observations 1 There was no smell 2 When I pour the oil in the water I noticed the oil started to bubble to the top. So I got to stir the oil that’s when there were smaller bubbles. As I smell the water there was no smell to the water.
Some other negative impacts of air pollution on the residents of southern California include a variety of temporary symptoms such as difficulty breathing, headaches, runny noses, and itchy eyes, as well as the development of more severe and chronic ailments such as heart disease and asthma. Asthma is one of the most prominent health issues that air pollution incites within the human body. It is highly probable that Asthma is a direct result of air pollution, although absolute evidence has not as of yet been provided to support this idea. More substantial evidence has, however, expressed the magnification of asthma that air pollution initiates within those that are already afflicted with the disease.
Carbon dioxide is an asphyxiant with a density greater than air which leads it to accumulate in low or enclosed spaces, and asphyxiation fatalities will occur when there is a high concentration of CO2. In the room temperature, carbon dioxide is odourless and colourless which means that we are unable to smell or see it at the elevated concentrations. With the concentration of carbon dioxide, people will have headache and loss of consciousness, and inhale high density CO2 will cause death. Factors that could lead to leakage of carbon dioxide includes the damage to structures and equipment and improper maintenance of pipelines. Since there is a carbon dioxide compression process on site, the leakage is similar to a pressurised release and the leak of carbon dioxide is colder than the surrounding atmosphere (HSE, 2015).
The principal at Riverwood High School recently proposes that all school bus drivers shut off their bus engines while waiting for students to board buses in the school parking lot or whenever buses are parked for several minutes. As the bus drivers turn on the engine, whether while waiting for the students or delivering students from home to school and vice versa, several gasses are produced such as carbon dioxide (CO2) that are emitted from the vehicle into the atmosphere. As CO2 in the atmosphere increases, more heat is trap in the atmosphere which contribute to the climate change. In addition, carbon monoxide (CO) have contributed into polluting the atmosphere while the bus are idling. CO are a poisonous gas that are odorless and colorless.
Air pollutants and smog covering the United States in several of the country's largest cities and manufacturing cores provoked the passage of the 1970 Clean Air Act law during the peak of the environmental movement. The Clean Air act is a federal law that limits the number of pollutant emissions by establishing standards that people and companies must meet to ensure public welfare. The Act was put in place to set and meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) in all 50 states before 1975 in order to eliminate health risks presented by various air pollutants. SIPs, state implemented plan, accompanied the mandate of the NAAQs. The SIPs were created in order to correct industrial foundations in the state, so as to meet these standards. The Act was revised in 1990 to set new dates for meeting the NAAQS because most states failed to meet the goals in time and made general operational licenses program to make the act more practical. The revisions also included improvements to its effectiveness and targeted new air pollution problems like the damage occurring in the ozone and preventing hazardous acid rain. It made the law more business and state-friendly with the extended deadlines, but it also strengthened implementation to make sure the states followed the rules of the act.
The lack of rain in California is causing a drought. Farms are being damaged and crops are dying. This change in weather might just be a phase or a heat wave or it might be something bigger. In an interview about what’s happening in California, Obama automatically blamed it on global warming. Krauthammer states that in a study on climate change it showed that California should get colder, not hotter.
Air pollution is when particles of dust, gases, and other harmful substances cloud and mask the air into a harmful cloud of oxygen, which we inhale 20 times every minute. And for every minute, we pay the price. Why? Air pollution has grown rapidly over the years and it is no longer something we can joke about. Southern California residents are obligated to take action against the issue of air pollution because it is one of the causes of global warming and negative health impacts and although air pollution has gotten better in Southern California, there are many causes putting California at the top of the list of polluted areas.
The burning of fossil fuels cause industrial fog and grey air smog. The unburned remains are released as soot or particles of carbon which contains varying amounts of contaminants, including mercury and sulfur. This implements that natural gases have ways of polluting the