Pesticides have many affects on the world today. Pesticides affect the environment in two different ways, It affects the water we drink and the soils we plant our crops in. Pesticides also affect the food we eat. Not only can pesticides be detected i... ... middle of paper ... ... that we owe it to them and ourselves to stop the use of pesticides. Bibliography: Mott, Lawrie, and Karen Snyder.
Likewise, pesticides fuel air pollution, and even harm the ozone layer once they become air borne after application onto the upcoming crops. According to the EPA, a crops capability to sprout and arise is similarly afflicted by pesticides. As the pesticide is absorbed within the soil, it depletes necessary elements like nitrogen and phosphorus found in fertile soil causing a weakened route systems. Not only does this weaken the plant, but it also causes great distress in nutrient value the crop should produce. Furthermore, within the article "Harmful Pesticides Found in Everyday Food Products" Lu proposes due to the survival of the fittest, pest resilience will escalate until pesticides no longer become an efficient method of protection.
The United States has some laws that help fight pollution. Pollution can lead to a shorter life, pollution can lead to many diseases and cause extinction of life. Humans are the biggest producers of pollution in the world. Chemicals on plants can kill animals too. Farmers put pesticides on their crops incests land on them get infected with the chemical and will die.
First, the damage in agricultural crops, plants, water, soil and animals. Second, the damage to the human health through pollution of air, soil and food with chemicals and other radioactive. Third, the damage to the aesthetic aspects of the environment such as noise, waste, garbage, smoke and dust. Fourth, the damage that doesn't appear impact only after a long time, but with a cumulative effect, such as cancers (substances that cause cancer) and this is an important reason... ... middle of paper ... ...or deposition of oil on the sea floor or Oceans. 5.
Every year people and animals die from us polluting the earth. Chemicals are becoming one of the main problems with controlling the environment. Humans’ spray poisons on the land we live on and expect that nothing wrong will happen. These poisons eventually end up in our water we drink or shower in. There are many chemicals that cause harm to our environment.
Factory farming in Ohio is highly detrimental to the surroundings and humans, not to mention its ethical flaws2 (Figure 3). As a result, today’s environment is polluted with carbon monoxide emissions, runoff pollution, and disease and much of this meat can cause health complications. This runoff can contaminate drinking water with fecal matter or antibiotics fed to the animals to increase their growth (Figure
Toxic dust is another repercussion created by soil pollution. This will pollute the environment and have serious health implications, in relation to people and animals. Other negative impacts include chemistry change (in soil) which can occur as a result of the existence of harmful chemicals, even if present at low concentrations. This has the ability to change the metabolism of micro organisms and arthropods which reside within the soil. This then eradicates a portion of the food chain, which can have serious consequences for consumer and/or predator species.
Excessive utilization of As-based pesticides, fertilizers or herbicides, wood preservatives, arsenic additives in domestic animals feeds, pharmaceutical works, electronics industries, ammunition and galvanizing factories, and coal or petroleum incineration (Simith et al., 1998:Matschullat, 2000), and indiscriminate disposal of industrial wastes and domestic (sewage) , as well as mining activities, have resulted in extensive contamination of Arsenic in soil / terrestrial ecosystems attracts worldwide attention principally because of its undesirable impact on human health(Lee et al., 2008; Duker et al., 2005; Liao et al., 2005; Liu et al., 2005; Ongley et al., 2007). High concentrations of Arsenic are commonly originate ... ... middle of paper ... ... in inhabitants living close to smelters and arsenical chemical factories. Citizens who live near waste sites with arsenic may have an increased risk of lung cancer as well. Direct contact of skin with the high concentration of compounds of inorganic arsenic present in the soil may cause skin irritation with some swelling and redness. But is does not appear that the direct skin contact may lead to any serious internal infections.
The food that animals are fed in factory farms and the way they are treated negatively impact the health of humans. “Not only are dangerous flu viruses mutating because of these concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO's), but we are also being exposed to some other very serious bacteria and pathogens” (Freston 2). Consumers eating dairy products, egg, and meat products produced in factory farms can be prone to getting foodborne bacteria such as... ... middle of paper ... ...mals and environmental pollution are just some of the reasons as to why factor needs to be banned altogether. All of these issues can be solved in ways such as public awareness and participation, Pollution-reduction programs for small feedlots, and alternative farming practices. Although there are many ways to prevent the problems caused by factory farming many people argue that factory farming is the only way to meet growing demands for food in the world today, but factory farming isn’t necessary to meet those needs.
Cattle Decapitation or Human Annihilation Do you know how factory farms affect your health, the world around you, and your children 's future? Factory farms are one of the major leading causes of pollution ,which causes a great amount of problems. The animals produced by the masses on these factory farms are extremely exploited and treated inhumanely. The methane from tons of animal manure is causing detrimental global warming. Global warming is affecting much more than the temperature, its damaging crops, species of animals are going extinct, and humans are having health problems.