Anti-Pollution Measure

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Anti-Pollution Measure

Any law intended to reduce pollution and its effects. Examples include basic ordinances like littering prohibitions or controversial measures like a carbon tax or cap-and-trade. Some analysts believe anti-pollution measures will harm the global economy and increase poverty, while others hold that the environmental improvements will ultimately benefit business.
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To try to ensure the effectiveness of anti-pollution measures, the environmental protection authorities of Beijing, Hebei and Tianjin are collaborating on a joint law enforcement action for the first time.
However, he says, putting into effect anti-pollution measures is more of an issue of the standard of living than of having political will.
The result of these anti-pollution measures was a greater than 90 percent decrease in organic material in the harbor's bottom sediments.
When the proposals were first announced, NFU Cymru was alarmed they could lead to extra costs to comply with tighter safety and anti-pollution measures.
Mr Allan asked if the company rejected any dust suppression or anti-pollution measures on cost grounds.
Other environmental themes such as water management, anti-pollution measures, and improvement of processes are also frequently taken into account by the majority of respondents," EDHEC said.
She called for policies that "balance the needs of the environment and the economy," saying she supports "clean green technology" and nuclear power and opposes some endangered-species regulations and cap-and-trade anti-pollution measures.
And huge efforts have been made to show that China is treating the Paralympics with as much importance as the Olympics, including keeping anti-pollution measures in place.
Today fish stocks are reported to be increasing in Liverpool Bay following conservation and anti-pollution measures.
Companies in the West Midlands need to do more to support anti-pollution measures in emerging market economies, Trade Minister Lord Jones of Birmingham has said.
FORTY years has been a long time in motoring, says Toyota, whose Corona saloon arrived in Britain back in the Sixties with seatbelts as a luxury option, a key as the only security protection and non-existent anti-pollution measures.
It also includes anti-pollution measures such as easing of traffic congestion and strengthening of air pollution monitoring.