General Considerations Regarding the Industrial Activity of ArcelorMittal Galati on the Environment
Although everyone acknowledges the fact that industrial activities are bad for people’s health and more so for the natural environment they are considered a necessary evil. You cannot expect to remain in the run of this competitive economic environment without industry. It is industry that makes the world go round even though if things keep going the same way we’ll soon not have a world to talk about. However, these days there seems to be a global campaign of raising awareness about the damage we cause to nature, but unfortunately like everything else this also happened to move extremely slowly towards Romania. In Romania, national environmental groups seem to have made little impact in reducing pollution.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 3(3) (August)
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