Study of the effect of fuel consumption and geographic conditions on Tehran air pollution

Keywords:
Air Pollution, Public Transportation, Petroleum Products, Urban Management.

Abstract

Studies show that Tehran is one of the most polluted cities in the world. This pollution is more due to the traffic of cars. According to statistics, Tehran only had 3 days of clean air in 2012 and 2013. The consumption of low-grade petroleum products by non-standard vehicles manufactured with old technology has caused air pollution to the city in the absence of an efficient public transport system as well as inefficient management. The results suggest that transition from this dilemma is possible through efficient laws, proper management, the use of world-wide knowledge and culture and general education from the basic levels. Obviously, solving this problem will directly affect the quality of life of citizens, and its effects can be seen in the economic, health, environmental and social spheres. The indirect effects of the crisis can be predicted in economic growth and development, and even in the promotion of national security (at a high level).

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Rahimi F. Study of the effect of fuel consumption and geographic conditions on Tehran air pollution. japh. 5(1):71-88.
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