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Existing and potential policies for reducing smoke pollution in Christchurch City
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
For many years it has been recognised that substances emitted into the air may accumulate to undesirable or unacceptable levels, giving rise to the culturally-determined phenomenon known as pollution. In Christchurch, smoke ...
Social assessment and residential burning policies for Christchurch: an implementation strategy for the Canterbury Regional Council
(Lincoln University, 1998)
On many winter evenings in Christchurch, particulate air pollution reaches concentrations that are detrimental for public health. The Canterbury Regional Council (CRC) is currently in the process of preparing a proposed ...
Air pollution in Christchurch: the current state of affairs
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
“It may be that Christchurch is the first city in the world to suffer a "Los Angeles" type smog in summer and also a "London" type smog in winter." International Union of Air Pollution Prevention Associations, 1977. This ...