Aquatic environment pollution
From immemorial times people have been concerned with environment protection, certainly on a scale corresponding to the impact of human activities on it, taking into account, from the very beginning, the interest on the health of drinking water sources, where their animals drank and where their respective communities could drink clean water and use it in daily cooking, until nowadays, when the marine environment has turned into an international policy. Taking into account that the natural environment represents the set of natural conditions and elements of the Earth: air, water, soil and subsoil, all atmospheric layers, all inorganic materials and all the living beings which can not live without water, their protection knows today a regulation by means of legal norms- which are carefully monitored and punished from a legal point of view, in each state
Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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