How a farmer harvests, how a patient heals, and other questions answer its causes and ramifications The # Development # Cooperation report, which revealed that it exceeds the per capita share in northern and eastern Syria of estimated greenhouse gas emission of 4.52 tonnes co2 equivalent/per capita per year, the average global share of 4.2 tonnes co2 equivalent per capita per year.
This prompted the organization’s Director of Environmental Programmes to launch the SELP programme.
Protecting # environment from # air pollution risks is a global challenge for industrialized countries But despite this, air pollution rates in the north and east of Syria have recorded figures that foreshadow a future of disease and health epidemics, Not only at the level of public health and safety, it extends to exacerbate climate change phenomena s ability to grow, threatening # food security and disturbing the balance of partial ecosystems.

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