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Air pollution and climate change go hand-in-hand in many ways. Which of the following air pollutants also contribute to global warming? (Tick all that apply)
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Childhood exposure to mercury can reduce IQ, which can have knock-on effects for the economy. What do you think is the estimated value of reducing mercury emissions for the global economy?
No net benefits
Air pollution is known to affect the climate and weather. But which of the following statements is true?
Aerosol pollution over the North Atlantic ocean worsens droughts in Africa.
Soot and ozone pollution may be responsible for the expansion of the tropics in the northern hemisphere.
Both statements are true.
EU air pollution policies are designed to reduce emissions of harmful pollutants. But how much are nitrogen oxide emissions predicted to change by 2030, compared to 2005 levels, as a result of EU policy?
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Which country currently emits the most greenhouse gases?
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The review of the EIS by EMB shall be guided by the following general criteria except:
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The population of the world in 1950 was about 2.6 billion. The world population is currently about: