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close this bookDisaster and the Environment - Trainer's Guide - 2nd edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 74 p.)
close this folderPART 4: IMPLEMENTING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE
View the document33. LEARNING OBJECTIVES - PART 4
View the document34. NATIONAL POLICY AND PLANNING
View the document35. ENCOURAGING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
View the document36. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
View the document37. REDUCING THE IMPACT OF DISASTERS
View the document38. VULNERABILITY REDUCTION MEASURES - THE ATMOSPHERE
View the document39. VULNERABILITY REDUCTION MEASURES - OCEANS AND WATER CYCLES
View the document40. VULNERABILITY REDUCTION MEASURES - THE LAND
View the document41. VULNERABILITY REDUCTION MEASURES - THE BIOSPHERE
View the document42. CONTROLLING TOXIC CHEMICALS
View the document43. IMPROVING AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES

38. VULNERABILITY REDUCTION MEASURES - THE ATMOSPHERE


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Discuss methods to reduce air pollution/slow the rate of global warming and halt ozone depletion. As you review the vulnerability reduction measures, have participants note in the margins which measures are being used in their countries, and if they are not, why not.

· set air quality standards
· set emission limits
· increase efficiency of energy production and use
· reduce deforestation rate