INVESTIGATION OF THE CHANGE IN THE USE RATES OF NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES, WHICH HAVE A MAJOR ROLE IN AIR POLLUTION IN KONYA PROVINCE, BY YEAR
- 1. Necmettin Erbakan Üniversitesi, Konya
- 2. Necmettin Erbakan University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Environmental Engineering, Konya, Turkey
- 3. Konya Technical University
- 4. Faculty of Ocean Eng. Technology and Informatics, University Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia
Abstract: In the universe we live in, air pollution is now reaching the level of affecting not only living life but also the entire cycle on an objective basis. Therefore, it is necessary to realize pollutant factor limits with strict measures with global unity. Establishing incentive policies for the use of renewable, clean energy resources with global unity will ensure an healthier society and a strong economy. Almost all scientific authorities agree that the world is getting warmer and that this warming has a negative impact on air quality and the life cycle. This situation, called global climate change, is seen as one of the biggest environmental and socioeconomic phenomena threatening our century. In this context, "the effects of greenhouse gases on climate change" is a topical issue in today's world and occupies a very large place in today's air pollution population. Among a number of factors that cause air pollution, the most important ones are undeniably non-renewable energy sources. The aim of this study is to investigate the role of non-renewable energy sources, which are among the biggest parameters causing air pollution in Konya province, and how much the usage rates have changed over the years.