Air Quality Management: Considerations for Developing Countries, Volumes 23-278
World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 101 pages
World Bank Technical Paper No. 278. Burning fossil fuels produces numerous pollutants which, in sufficient quantities, injure people, forests, and crops. The authors explain how to measure the benefits of air pollutant reduction and suggest strateg
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