Other human-made sources – such as aviation, forestry, and non-combustion industrial activities (eg grinding and crushing) – generally emit relatively small amounts of key air pollutants. Comparing their contribution to air pollution helps us understand the pressures they place on our air quality.
Other human-made sources of air pollution include but are not limited to:
- transport emissions from aviation, off-road motor vehicles, rail, and shipping transport activities
- non-combustion emissions from industry, such as process emissions (eg milk driers) and activities that involve abrasive and mechanical processes (eg grinding and crushing)
- agricultural and forestry activities, such as logging activities and agricultural burning.
This dataset relates to the "Relative contribution of other human-made emissions" measure on the Environmental Indicators, Te taiao Aotearoa website.
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|Category||Environmental Reporting > Air > Relative contribution of emission sources|
|Columns||Pollutant, Source, Year, Percent|
|Services||Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed|
|Added||16 Sep 2015|
|Revisions||7 - Browse all revisions|
|Current revision||Imported on Sept. 16, 2015 from CSV .|