NAME COURSE LECTURER INSTITUTION An advocacy plan to stop air pollution in the environment Pollution is a major problem that all countries face which is increasing year in year out and can cause great damage to the ecosystem. Pollution comes in a different forms such as air water land noise and light. This advocacy plan is going to address the problem of air pollution. Pollution can be termed as the introduction of harmful substances into the environment. Despite efforts to reduce air pollution its effects can still be felt and are irreversible. Air pollution is one of the most dangerous types of pollution. Some of the air pollutants include sulphur dioxide carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide gasses produced by buses trains and factories. Other substances include cigarette smoke and smoke from burning tree leaves and papers chlorofluorocarbons emitted by refrigerators air-conditioners deodorants and insect repellents and cause great harm heart disease and asthma (Jeremy 100). With the reduction in pollution too it would be easier to manage asthma and lung cancer since the diseases are worsened by the presence of these pollutants. References Jeremy Langrish. Reducing personal exposure to particular air pollution improvescardiovascular health in patients with coronary heart disease. Environmental HealthPerspectives vol. 120 no. 3 2012 pp 96-150. Luisa Giles et al. “From good intentions to proven interventions: Effectiveness of actions toreduce the health impacts of air pollution.” Environmental Health Perspectives vol.199 no. 1 2011 pp 40-53. Morag Noga. Chasing the wind: Regulating air pollution in the common law state. PrincetonUniversity Press 2005 pp 26-35. Nina Clark. Effects of early exposure to air pollution on development of childhood asthma.Environmental Health Perspectives vol. 118 no 2 2010 pp 52-62. Ross Benjamin and Amateur Steven. The polluters: The making of our chemically alteredenvironment. Oxford University Press 2010. (pp 50-70) [...]
This project should be presented in the form of a paper that includes the following parts: an outline of the problem that the advocacy project intends to address or solve, an accurate, scientific description of the ecosystems impacted by the problem, including: the level of impact, short and long term consequences, and collateral damage, an outline of the advocacy plan including all needed steps to put the plan into action, and an evaluation of the potential impact of the advocacy project, should it pick up speed in your community. Your project should be 3-4 pages in length and must include references to the textbook and at least two other library Include citations: at least one citation per reference and include a citation for each major claim.