Archive for the ‘Air Pollution’ Category
Urban pollution in big cities and towns is one of the most important because it directly affects millions of people have an impact on the health and quality of life.
Environmental problems in urban areas and around this is a phenomenon that comes from the increasing urban growth and resulting environmental degradation. Changes in land use, and the concentration of the use of natural resources, is the cause of environmental problems.
It is for this reason that the urban system imports a large number of resources are transformed into goods and services and partly back into the environment as wastes and emissions.
Air pollution is a mixture of solid particles and gases in the air. Emissions from cars, chemicals from factories, dust, pollen and fungal spores can be suspended as particles. Ozone, a gas, is a key component of air pollution in cities. When ozone air pollution is also called smoke.
From space is not the border, especially, economic interests, but some of the very bad influences, such as pollution of the atmosphere.
85% of the air near the Earth in the troposphere, a thin layer of only 15 km higher layers of the atmosphere has a little air, but protect us from UV (ozone layer) and meteorites (ionosphere).