Social Determinants of Low Emission Limitation in Urban and Rural Areas in the Middle Odra (Poland)

Maciej Dzikuć , Krzysztof Łasiński , Arkadiusz Piwowar , Maria Dzikuć


Poor air quality causes a number of adverse social effects, which can be burdensome for people living in areas particularly exposed to low emission. The most important low-emission social effects include the more frequent occurrence of diseases that can even lead to death. According to WHO data, about 48 thousand people die every year due to poor air quality in Poland. One of the main reasons for too much pollution in the air is low emission. Low emission is created at a level up to 40 m above ground level. The most important low-emission sources include house-type boilers, which serve to heat buildings, road transport and small and medium-sized industrial plants.
Author Maciej Dzikuć - University of Zielona Góra (UZ)
Maciej Dzikuć,,
, Krzysztof Łasiński - University of Zielona Góra (UZ)
Krzysztof Łasiński,,
, Arkadiusz Piwowar (EaE / IES / DMaFE)
Arkadiusz Piwowar,,
- Department of Management and Food Economy
, Maria Dzikuć - University of Zielona Góra (UZ)
Maria Dzikuć,,
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book 2018 International Conference on Physics, Computing and Mathematical Modeling (PCMM 2018), DEStech Transactions on Computer Science and Engineering, 2018, Destech Publications, ISBN 9781605955490, 710 p.
Keywords in EnglishLow Emission, Social Costs, Economy, Poland
Languageen angielski
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