What is the difference between pollution prevention and pollution control?
Pollution prevention means avoiding or minimising the production of wastes before they are released into the environment. Pollution control involves measures to limit the damage caused by pollutants.
What environmental issues do we need to solve immediately?
Following are some of the most common solutions to the environmental issue:
- Replace disposal items with reusable items.
- The use of paper should be avoided.
- Conserve water and electricity.
- Support environmental friendly practices.
- Recycle the waste to conserve natural resources.
What is the Control of Pollution Act?
The Control of Pollution Act 1974 enables a local authority like us to serve a notice on a person (this includes a company) who is carrying out, or who are planning to carry out, works of construction, demolition, road-works, railway maintenance in order to control the noise from those operations.
What are global perspectives?
A global perspective is a comprehensive lens through which you see the world around you. It shapes how you perceive and understand your own identity and the identity of people you interact with, as you begin to understand what goes into shaping culture.
What is global perspective and research?
Cambridge International AS & A Level Global Perspectives and Research is a skills-based course that prepares learners for positive engagement with our rapidly changing world. Learners broaden their outlook through the critical analysis of – and reflection on – issues of global significance.
What are four major laws that attempt to control air pollution?
Clean Air Act of 1970 Four major regulatory programs affecting stationary sources were initiated: the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS, pronounced “knacks”), State Implementation Plans (SIPs), New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs).