Exchange of information concerning atmospheric pollution in the European Community
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Exchange of information concerning atmospheric pollution in the European Community annual report 83 : daily data period October 82 to September 83 : Decision 82/459/EEC extending Decision 75/441/EEC

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Published by Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


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StatementEnex Group.
SeriesEnvironment and quality of life
ContributionsCommission of the European Communities. Directorate-General Environment,Consumer Protection and Nuclear Safety., Enex Group.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21116782M
ISBN 100119723956

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The annual report 86 concerning the exchange of information on atmospheric pollution in the European Communities is presented in this document. This report aims at presenting the content of the exchange of information as required by the Council Decision 82//EEC. Covering the period October 85 to Septem it summarizes and. The annual report 85 concerning the exchange of information on atmospheric pollution in the European Communities is presented in this document. This report aims at presenting the content of the exchange of information as required by the Council Decision 82//EEC. Covering the period October 84 to Septem it summarizes and. Exchange of information concerning atmospheric pollution in the European Community. Annual report EUR EN. Exchange of information concerning atmospheric pollution by certain sulphur compounds and suspended particulates in the European Community. Annual report for January to December EUR EN.

Consequently, pollution of our atmosphere remains a critical concern, warranting continued scientific investigation and the development of effective local and global solutions. ‘The World Atlas of Atmospheric Pollution’ clearly and engagingly summarises current understanding of the state of air pollution on city to global scales. Air pollution in urban areas is generated by transport, industry and energy production. But it is not only a visual or olfactory problem, but also one of the main health risks in the , according to the World Health Organization, air atmospheric pollution is responsible for the premature death of 7 million people each year. Air pollution is a local, pan-European and hemispheric issue. Air pollutants released in one country may be transported in the atmosphere, contributing to or resulting in poor air quality elsewhere. Particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide and ground-level ozone, are now generally recognised as the three pollutants that most significantly affect. Air pollution harms human health and the environment. In Europe, emissions of many air pollutants have decreased substantially over the past decades, resulting in improved air quality across the region. However, air pollutant concentrations are still too high, and air quality problems persist. A significant proportion of Europe’s population live in areas, especially cities, where .

This book is comprised of 16 chapters and begins with an overview of atmospheric pollution, its causes, and prevention. The next six chapters deal with fuels, furnaces, and fires, with emphasis on natural solid fuels including coal, mineral oils and gases such as petroleum and natural gas, and artificial fuels like charcoal, alcohol, and water gas. The remaining chapters focus on the .   Investigations suggested the causes to be acidification of the ground and the water from atmospheric depositions of sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides - from mainly industrial sources - carried in the air over long distances. The Convention on the Long Range Transport of Air Pollution was adopted in The Convention covers Europe and North.   Since , an agreement among European countries to establish an exchange of data, collected from early atmospheric pollution networks, an increase of regulation have been put in place by the Community. Consequently, the first and second European Community programmes set as first priority the fight against air pollution. Council Decision of 24 June establishing a common procedure for the exchange of information between the surveillance and monitoring networks based on data relating to atmospheric pollution caused by certain compounds and suspended particulates.