its sources, and ways to treat it in the presence of specialized researchers and representatives of the agricultural departments in Kirkuk province. The second lecture of the teaching assistant Dr. Kawther Hakim Ibrahim, including nanotechnology used in detection and treatment of air pollution, and the third lecture of the teaching assistant, Dr. Samira Faidullah Mohammed, The symposium came up with several recommendations, including reducing gases and particles from the chimneys of factories as chemical residues by finding sealed production methods, searching for alternative sources of energy without fuel and continuing large-scale afforestation around major cities. Central carrots, periodic inspection of used vehicles, exclusion of damaged vehicles and awareness, dissemination of appropriate health education programs to deal with the impact of air pollutants, emphasis on the establishment of children's playgrounds and sports arenas near main roads, as well as Provided health conditions in public indoor.
Kirkuk University organizes a scientific symposium on air pollution sources and ways to address it
Under the auspices of the President of the University of Kirkuk Prof. Dr. Sabah Ahmed Ismail and under the supervision of the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture Dilshad Rasul Aziz The College organized a scientific symposium on air pollution,