Certain car-related regulations can help in the maintenance of air cleanliness.
The first type of car regulations that can help in the maintenance of air cleanliness is the one where limits are put on the ages of cars allowed on the roads. This is the scheme we have seen, where vehicles that are, say, beyond 8 years of age are banned from the roads. For this to be effective, it may have to be extended to all types of vehicles, and not just private cars. For instance, even the prison buses that are typically used for inmate transportation either in the public or privatized jails may have to be subjected to this age rule.
The second type of car regulations that can help in the maintenance of air cleanliness is the one where people who drive smoke-spewing vehicles are arrested and prosecuted. This can go a long way, for even brand new vehicles that are not well maintained can end up spewing a lot of smoke, and interfering with air cleanliness in a manner that well maintained but old vehicles couldn’t. So it doesn’t make sense to ban old vehicle, but allow ill-maintained (and hence smoke spewing) vehicles to continue messing up with air cleanliness. And it doesn’t have to be a question of selecting one of the two measures: both can be enforced at the same time.
The people who are charged with the responsibility of ensuring air cleanliness often end up discharging those responsibilities on a full time basis. As such, they have to be paid and it emerges that there are two systems under which such people can be paid.
The first system under which people who maintain air cleanliness are paid is the one where fixed salaries are given to them. Under this scheme, the people in question operate just like any other public servants. Their salaries may be paid through direct deposit or through some other such mechanism. Those salaries may come from the county governments, the state governments or the federal governments.
The second system under which people who maintain air cleanliness are paid is the one where they are regarded as consultants, and paid for each consultancy project successfully handled. This model is often used for the payment of the top level workers in this system, who tend to have reservations about the whole idea of them being retained as staff members on monthly salaries. It can, however, breed corruption: as the ‘consultants’ in question here can bargain for projects to be developed 'just for them'. So the whole thing can be a bit complicated, but it can work, with proper checks and balances.
Developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness is not hard. In such a framework, three things have to come out.
Firstly, when developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness, there has to be a component where sensitization is done on the dangers that lurk if air cleanliness is not taken care of. This has to be done in a manner that people can relate to. That is like where people are shown how loss of air cleanliness can affect their jobs and with that, cause problems with access to the paychecks and the whole host of other benefits that they get from the jobs.
Secondly, when developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness, there has to be a component where sensitization is done on the benefits that stand to be attained if air cleanliness is taken proper care of. This too, has to be done in a manner that the people undergoing sensitization can related with at a personal level.
Thirdly, when developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness, there has to be a component where practical strategies for the protection of air cleanliness are elucidated. This is the most important aspect, but one has to resist the temptation to jump onto it while ignoring the other two aspects before it.
Several strategies can be used, in an effort to create air cleanliness awareness in schools.
The first strategy that can be used to create air cleanliness awareness in schools would be that of having that particular subject (on air cleanliness) included in the curriculums. Of course, for this to happen, you have to lobby with the people who are in charge of education at the topmost level, and that is not always easy.
The second strategy that can be used to create air cleanliness awareness in schools would be that of giving special lectures on the same in the schools. This is the easiest model to use, for all you need to do is get authorizations for giving such lectures from the school managers. But there is only so much impact you can make through occasional lectures: though they are definitely better than nothing.
The third strategy that can be used to create air cleanliness awareness in schools would be that of engaging the students through the Internet. Most schools nowadays have computer labs, and in any event, most students have smart-phones through which they access the Internet. So you can, for instance, use www.gmail.com mail, through the Gmail page, to send email newsletters containing information designed to help the students gain awareness about air cleanliness.
It is possible for a place to lose air cleanliness completely: leading to a situation where the pollution levels are said to have become hazardous. There are two key ways of telling if a given place has lost air cleanliness completely.
The first way of telling if a given place has lost air cleanliness completely would be through direct observation using the senses. There are, for instance, cities that are so polluted that it is possible to see some sort of fog (even during the clearest of weather), and that is a manifestation of pollution. There are also places that are so polluted that you can smell the pollution, or to an extent that the effect of the pollution can be felt through the skin.
The second way of telling if a given place has lost air cleanliness completely would be through the use of scientific instruments. It emerges that there are instruments through which levels of pollution can be measured. The way the whole thing works is such that there is a calibration scheme, and once air pollution levels go beyond numbers, they are deemed to be hazardous.
In the final analysis, if a place is so polluted, it is definitely not a good place to be. True, the pollution may be brought about by industrialization that leads to social development and reduction of poverty, but if that is achieved at the cost of environmental wellbeing, then it doesn’t make much sense.
The relationship between air cleanliness and global warming is one that is quite easy to make sense of. One does, however, need to take note of the fact that this is a controversial relationship: as there are, indeed, folks who are not yet convinced that the whole global warming paradigm is truthful.
Ultimately, the relationship between air cleanliness and global warming is one where it is argued that interference with air cleanliness (through carbon emissions) is what leads to global warming. Thus, it is postulated that folks who want to stop global warming have to do something to reduce carbon emissions. Conversely, it is opined that if the carbon emissions, which mess up with air cleanliness, continue going up a point will come when very harmful manifestations of global warming will start being witnessed.
Most of the people who subscribe to that view tend to express interest in recruiting campaigners, to spread the message around. In most cases, you just need something as simple as a free Gmail account set up at the www.gmail.com site, to sign up as a campaigner for reduction of carbon emissions and global warming. Most campaign groups also welcome financial assistance, and other forms of help, to people who are ready to spread their message.
There are two groups of people who can contribute greatly towards the attainment of air cleanliness. These two are also, conversely, the groups of people who can mess up with air cleanliness completely (if they don’t do the right things).
The first group of people who can contribute greatly towards the attainment of air cleanliness is that of industrialists. These can contribute to air cleanliness by adopting production technologies that are friendly to the environment. These can also contribute to air cleanliness by using fuels that are friendly to the environment, and by disposing of their wastes (including the various effluents) in ways that are friendly to the environment.
The second group of people who can contribute greatly towards the attainment of air cleanliness is that of motorists. These can contribute to air cleanliness by maintaining their vehicles such that they don’t go about emitting smoke (which is injurious to air cleanliness). The specific steps they need to take may be as simple as those of seeing to it that they replace their air and fuel filters regularly.
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The oil drilling and processing industry is one that is often blamed for messing up with air cleanliness in major ways. We come to learn that there are at least two key ways in which the said industry can mitigate its adverse impact on air cleanliness.
The first way in which the oil drilling and processing industry can mitigate its adverse impact on air cleanliness is by using improved crude oil refining technologies. This not only deals with some of the air pollution issues associated with older oil refinery technologies, but it also has the potential to make the whole business more profitable. The extra profits can then go into the pockets of the investors, with some being devoted to corporate social responsibility, in the form of public assistance and provision of human services to the communities around the oil wells and refineries.
The second way in which the oil drilling and processing industry can mitigate its adverse impact on air cleanliness is by coming up with uses for the ‘waste’ that comes out of the oil refining process. This calls for the establishment of a petro-chemical industry on the side. That way, instead of the ‘waste’ products being disposed openly, they are directed to the manufacture of the said petro-chemicals.
It is often asserted that one of the key threats to air cleanliness is industrialization. But whenever this assertion is made, critical thinkers tend to raise questions as to how exactly industrialization leads to loss of air cleanliness. That is the question we will now proceed to answer.
Now the first way in which industrialization leads to loss of air cleanliness is through the use of wrong fuels in industrial processes. Fuels like, say, coal have been found to be rather unfriendly to the environment. There are cleaner fuels, but harnessing them often turns out to be expensive: hence the preference for the cheaper (but dirtier) fuels.
The second way in which industrialization leads to loss of air cleanliness is through the use of the wrong industrial production systems. Here we are looking at, say, the sorts of production systems that lead to incomplete combustion of fuels, which in turn leads to harmful emissions being released into the atmosphere.
The third way in which industrialization leads to the loss of air cleanliness is through the wrong disposal of industrial waste. The nature of certain forms of industrial waste is such that they cannot be disposed off in land-fills. Yet that is what some industrial operators opt to do: often leading to considerable environmental degradation.
If you are to convince people to take proper care of air cleanliness, you need to give them compelling reasons to do so. And as it turns out, there are some two compelling reasons to take proper care of air cleanliness.
The first compelling reason to take proper care of air cleanliness is in the fact that doing so can have a huge positive impact on the climate. And this is crucial, keeping in mind the fact that climate change is having such a huge impact on the economic, social and political wellbeing of people. It even has security implications: as we are seeing more and more wars being fought over resources. So, taking proper care of air cleanliness can help mitigate such things: leading to greater peace in the world.
The second compelling reason to take proper care of air cleanliness is in the fact that doing so can have a big positive effect on people’s health. To appreciate this, you have to take cognizance of the fact that people living in places where there is a lot of air pollution tend to suffer certain ailments more frequently. Thus, taking proper care of air cleanliness can translate into huge savings on money that would otherwise have been spent on the health sector.
Certain types of politicians are more likely than others to implement measures to protect air cleanliness.
The first type of politicians who are more likely than others to implement measures to protect air cleanliness is that of politicians with a long term vision. That is as opposed to politicians who only care about the short-term issues of political expediency.
The second type of politicians who are more likely than others to implement measures to protect air cleanliness is that of politicians with a liberal orientation. That is as opposed to politicians who have a conservative orientation.
The third type of politicians who are more likely than others to implement measures to protect air cleanliness is that of politicians whose main concern is for the masses (as opposed to the elites). These are also the sorts of politicians who are likely to be in favor of unemployment insurance schemes, like the one described at www.njuifile.net, that being the New Jersey unemployment claims online portal, where after going past the njuifile.net login, one can proceed to lay a claim. You realize that there are certain politicians who support this sort of program, even as others term it as being an ‘entitlement’ meant to be taken advantage of by the lazy.
It is easy to develop the feeling that, as an individual, there is not much that you can do to ensure that air cleanliness is protected in your country. But that is a fallacy. There is actually something that you can do, with considerable impact, in terms of increasing the chances of air cleanliness being protected in the country.
The first practical method you can use to increase the chances of air cleanliness being protected in your country is that of voting for politicians who are likely to enact good policies, to protect the air cleanliness.
The second practical method you can use to increase the chances of air cleanliness being protected in your country is that of undertaking advocacy for the same, directly. To this end, you can set up an advocacy group. You can also do the advocacy through writing (for instance, by contributing opinion pieces to newspapers). At yet another level, you can do the advocacy online. There is very little IT knowledge you need for this. In any event, if you don’t have such IT know-how, you can get the necessary support online, through remote services like the Remote rescue service whereby remote desktop support is offered at www.logmein.com. So you have no business feeling powerless.
Certain countries have shown considerable reluctance to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness. That is why, for instance, they are not keen on signing onto the Kyoto Protocol, the Copenhagen Protocol and so on.
The first reason as to why some countries are reluctant to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness is in the fact that, they reckon, doing so would be expensive.
The second reason as to why some countries are reluctant to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness is in the fact that, in their estimation, doing so would be politically unwise.
The third reason as to why some countries are reluctant to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness is in the fact that, they figure, doing so would be inconvenient. This is an important factor, given that we are now living in an age where people are keen on having everything conveniently. It is, for instance, in search of convenience that we are seeing companies opting not to do their own payrolls, but rather, to outsource them to the likes of the ADP iPay system, where their employees can access payroll statements, as per the description in this blog post. Not that we have anything against this fantastic outsourcing system. The point is, governments similarly show reluctance to do anything that would even slightly inconvenience them.
A major challenge faced by the people who operate manufacturing plants is that of protecting the cleanliness of the air: both inside the manufacturing plant and in its environs. It emerges that there are some two things that ultimately determine how well the cleanliness of the air is protected in a manufacturing plant.
The first thing that determines how well the cleanliness of the air is protected in a manufacturing plant is the design of the plant. The design should be such that the leakage of unpurified air (or any other potential air pollutant) is minimized.
The second thing that determines how well the cleanliness of the air is protected in a manufacturing plant is the nature of production operations implemented. The objective should be to come up with manufacturing operations that don’t mess up with the cleanliness of the air in a substantial way.
If you have good understanding of the mechanics of protecting air cleanliness in a manufacturing plant, you can end up being very valuable to most of the environment-conscious companies. As such, it shouldn’t be too hard for you to, say, succeed in getting a position through an employment site, such as employeeconnection.net, which is described in this blog post, and which most people refer to as simply the employee connection website.
The government can use certain strategies to ensure that the cleanliness of the air is protected.
One strategy that the government can use to ensure that the cleanliness of the air is protected is that of hiring inspectors, to collect intelligence on the same. Lack of air cleanliness can have huge social, economic and political ramifications: so having people collecting intelligence on it is wholly in order.
Another strategy that the government can use to ensure that the cleanliness of the air is protected would be that of making it mandatory for companies to show what they will do, to protect the cleanliness of the air, before registering them. This is possible, even in this age, when registration of corporations is done on portals like the one described in this site or, more specifically on this blog: that being a corporation registration portal that is associated with the Florida state government,
Yet another strategy that the government can use, to ensure the cleanliness of the air is protected, would be that of putting in place legislation, banning things that are likely to mess up with the cleanliness of the air. This is like where the government can ban vehicles that are very old from the roads (and we have seen some countries going as far as banning vehicles that are more than 8 years old).
People are less likely to be inclined to mess up with air cleanliness if they understand what the consequences of doing so are.
Now one of the key consequences of messing up with air cleanliness would be where doing so (messing up with the cleanliness of the air) leads to you having a less than pleasant environment to live in.
Another key consequence of messing up with air cleanliness would be where doing so leads to legal sanctions. In jurisdictions with laws against environmental degradation for instance, you can end up being made to pay huge fines, if it emerges that you are messing up with air cleanliness. The process in this case would be akin to the one applicable for NJMCdirect traffic ticket offenders, against a background where one can pay the fines applicable on such tickets at www.njmcdirect.com, which turns out to be the NJMCdirect ticket payment portal.
Yet another key consequence of messing up with air cleanliness would be where doing so leads to loss of earnings. If, for instance, you earn your living from something like tourism, and you mess up with the cleanliness of the air in the area, you may end up repelling tourists: leading to loss of livelihoods.
In our last post, we looked at some of the ways in which you can go about ensuring the cleanliness of the air in your home. It emerged that most of the strategies you can use require the expenditure of some money. That is, for instance, where you have to spend some money on the improvement of the ventilation in your home. The question we will be attempting to answer in this post is as to how you can get the money to finance that sort of project.
As it turns out, one of the strategies you can use to get the money to finance a domestic air cleanliness improvement project is that of saving up. Another strategy you can use is that of borrowing. Alternatively, you may use any sort of windfall that comes your way to finance this sort of project. Thus , for instance, you may be a person who works for a company like SHC or SHO, and you visit the Sears employee website which is www.88sears.com, and which is also described on this blog post. Upon doing so, you may discover that you have been awarded a bonus: which you can use to finance this sort of project.
As a person who is keen on maintaining the cleanliness of the air in your home, there are some two strategies that you can use.
The first strategy that you can use, to ensure the cleanliness of the air in your home, is that of seeing to it that you take proper care of the ventilation in your home. This may necessitate some investment. For instance, if the home was built without adequate ventilation (initially), you may find yourself having to bring in a contractor to help you with the development of the same. You can pay the contractor for this effort through, say, the funds in your Citi credit card account, that is, of course assuming that you have opened one such account at www.citicards.com, and that you can operate the account, after accessing the Citicards login page.
The second strategy that you can use , to ensure the cleanliness of the air in your home, is that of seeing to it that you don’t take any actions that are capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air. You should, for instance, consider using cleaner fuels, as opposed to the dirty fuels (like coal) that are capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air.
Whenever a discussion about air cleanliness is held, questions often come up as to what the likely pollutants are. Knowing the pollutants is important, because once we identify them, we can avoid them (or at least mitigate them), in order to protect the cleanliness of the air. It is against that background, then, that we proceed to look at the four things that are capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air.
The first thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is the whole set of chemical emissions (for instance, the carbon emissions that get so much bad press).
The second thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is the whole set of unpleasant smells (for instance, those emanating from certain industries, like leather tanneries).
The third thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is dust. You can notice this, for instance, in places where there are lots of cement manufacturing companies in operation.
The fourth thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is noise. Yes, noise pollution can be a very big deal in some places.
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