This book provides a wide overview of the issues related to managing of air quality in Canada. Learn about the air issues that have caused impacts to ecosystems or human health and hence been targeted to be managed. Discover how Canadaas national governance involving a federal government along with provincial and territorial governments impacts the air quality management process. Understand how Canadians manage their air quality in context with the USA, their largest and closest neighbour. Benefit from the experience of 43 of Canadaas most experienced air quality management professionals who share their insights into the state of air quality in Canada today, how it is managed, as well as giving a glimpse into the future.aUnder the Canadian Clean Air Act of 1971 a three-tier framework for objectives was developed and levels were established for ... Edmonton APIS (2012) Critical loads and critical levelsaa guide to the data provided in APIS. ... National Research Council, Ottawa BC Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport (2010) Proposed provincial framework for the development of ... Victoria Blair L, Fu L, Angle R (2007) Albertaa#39;s multi-stakeholder process for developing ambient air quality objectives.
|Title||:||Air Quality Management|
|Author||:||Eric Taylor, Ann McMillan|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-10-30|