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كيف نحمي البيئة من التلوث بالانجليزي

كيف نحمي البيئة من التلوث بالانجليزي



كيف نحمي البيئة من التلوث بالانجليزي


Ways to fight against air pollution
To help reduce air pollution levels:

Whenever possible, choose public transit instead of the car, walk or ride a bicycle when it is safe to do so.
Look for alternatives to fossil fuel-powered devices and vehicles. Choose a rowing or sailing boat instead of a motorized boat, or a manual lawn mower instead of a gas lawn mower.
Think about fuel economy when you buy a vehicle. Keep all your vehicles in good condition.
Reduce your energy consumption by making your home more energy efficient. Keep radiators, appliances and gas, oil and wood stoves in good condition.
Buy products that contain little or no VOC.
Plant trees to increase the urban canopy, provide shade and improve air quality.
To reduce your exposure to air pollution and its potential adverse effects:

Check the Air Quality Health Index in your area and adjust your schedule accordingly.
Avoid or reduce intense outdoor activities when smog levels are high. Instead, consider indoor activities.
Avoid or reduce physical activity near busy areas, especially at peak times.
Take special care when a wildfire is near your community.
Talk to your doctor or health care professional if you are concerned about your health or that of a loved one.
The Federal Sustainable Development Strategy is the primary planning and reporting tool on sustainable development used by the Government of Canada. It sets government priorities for sustainable development, sets goals and targets, and identifies actions to achieve them. The strategy for 2016 to 2019, the third in Canada to date, outlines the steps the government will take in collaboration with its partners in Canada and abroad.

The Government of Canada is also taking action to help reduce overall levels of air pollution. Air pollutant emissions are subject to a number of regulations developed and implemented under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. These regulations aim to limit the amount of pollutants released into the atmosphere each year.

In 2016, as part of the federal government's contribution to the implementation of the air quality management system, the Government of Canada adopted the Multisectoral Air Pollutants Regulations, which set the first ever standards for air pollutants. Mandatory Air Pollutant Emissions Requirements for Large Industrial Facilities. The Government of Canada has continued to work with provinces, territories and other stakeholders to strengthen Canadian ambient air quality standards to improve air quality from one end to the other. other of the country. Stricter standards were set for P2.5 and O3 in 2013, and new standards for sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) were approved and announced in October 2016 and December 2017 by the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment. Air quality regulations and standards will help reduce air pollutant emissions and support the health of Canadian communities.

To learn more about the anticipated effects of regulations developed by the Government of Canada, refer to the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement Footnote 9 that accompanies each regulation. The summary presents the rationale behind the development of a given regulation, its objectives, and its expected costs and benefits. It also includes details of the consultations that have been conducted and how the government intends to monitor the effectiveness of the regulation.

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