Lebanon’s waters are mostly safe for swimming, as per the findings of a study that was conducted by the National Council of Scientific Research. According to the Secretary-General of the Council Mouin Hamzeh, the study found that 16 out of 25 examined sea spaces can be used by swimmers, while 4 zones were rated as "acceptable" and 5 others as "very bad".
The health hazards of atmospheric pollution have become a major concern in Britain and around the world. Much less is known about its effects in the past. But economic historians have come up with new ways of shedding light on this murky subject.