Effects Of Environmental Pollution

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One of the greatest problems that the world is facing today is that of environmental pollution, increasing with every passing year and causing grave and irreparable damage to the earth. There are several types of pollution, and while they may come from different sources and have different consequences, understanding the basics about pollution can help environmentally conscious individuals minimize their contribution to these dangers. In total, there are seven recognized sources of pollution in the modern world. These sources of pollution don 't simply have a negative impact on the natural world, but they can have a measurable effect on the health of human beings as well.
Noise pollution refers to undesirable levels of noises caused by human
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In short, environmental pollution, almost exclusively created by human activities, has a negative effect on the ecosystem, destroying crucial layers of it and causing an even more negative effect on the upper layers. Environmental pollution has been proven to be a major factor in the development of cancer. This can happen, for example, when we eat reminiscences of pollutants used in the production of processed foods, or pesticides from the crops. Other, rarer, diseases include hepatitis, typhoid affections, diarrhea and hormonal disruptions. The effects of environmental pollution on humans are mainly physical, but can also turn into Neuro-affections in the long term. The best-known troubles to us are respiratory, in the form of allergies, asthma, irritation of the eyes and nasal passages, or other forms of respiratory infections. Notably, these well spread affections can be observed when air pollution is high in cities, when the weather gets hot, for…show more content…
Environmental pollution, mainly affects animal by causing harm to their living environment, making it toxic for them to live in. Acid rains can change the composition of rivers and seas, making them toxic for fishes, an important quantity of ozone in the lower
Campbell: 5 parts of the atmosphere can cause lung problems in all animals. Nitrogen and phosphates in water will cause overgrowth of toxic algae, preventing other forms of life to follow their normal course. Eventually, soil pollution will cause harm and sometimes even the destruction of microorganisms, which can have the dramatic effect of killing the first layers of the primary food chain.
We can fix environmental pollution if we can come together and stop using so much fossil fuel, fossil fuels are used a lot in many different things we use today, and if we could slow down on using them we could help the environment. Another way we could help is to recycle; if we started putting bottles and glass in recycling bins then we would stop polluting the
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