Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Report Analysis on Pollution in New South Wales Australia Introduction Human industrial activities have caused adverse pollution to the climate. These activities include emission of waste products from mining manufacturing and production industries where there are no proper regulations to be followed or some organizations deliberately breaking rules that govern and protect the environment from pollution activities. This study analyzes various types of environmental pollution including air pollution land pollution and water pollution in relation to their health and climatic effects to the global world. The study also provides recommended solutions such as hybrid vehicles use of solar panel and wind power that organizations should implement to help in mitigating the environmental pollution practices. Environmental Pollution Environmental pollution refers to the release of harmful substances into the environment through human activities. It is the addition of any other substance or energy form into the atmosphere Contamination: How Pollution Occurs & How You Can Help Prevent It." Bright Hub 2009 brighthub.com Accessed 11 Sept. 2017. Kelishadi Roya. "Environmental Pollution: Health Effects and Operational Implications for Pollutants Removal." Journal of Environmental and Public Health vol. 2012 2012 pp. 1-2. Martin Kara L. et al. "Air pollution from bushfires and their association with hospital admissions in Sydney Newcastle and Wollongong Australia 1994-2007." Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health vol. 37 no. 3 2013 pp. 238-243. Moss B. "Water pollution by agriculture." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences vol. 363 no. 1491 2008 pp. 659-666. NSW Government. "Illawarra Air Quality | NSW Environment & Heritage." Office of Environment and Heritage | NSW Environment & Heritage 2015 environment.nsw.gov.au Accessed 11 Sept. 2017. SIERRA-VARGAS MARTHA P. and LUIS M. TERAN. "Air pollution: Impact and prevention." Respirology vol. 17 no. 7 2012 pp. 1031-1038. Taylor Mark P. "Toxic chemicals and pollutants affect kids’ brain development." The Conversation 2014. Wright Ian. "Time for NSW to take chemical leaks seriously." the conversation [Western Sidney] 2012. [...]
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