The effects of the Indutrial Revolution negatively imapcted future generations by expanding pollution and limiting natural resources. Along with amazing technological advances, the Indsutrial Revolution brought air pollution to the enviroment. Smoke and fog known as smog caused deaths in thousnads due to respiratory diseases. The industries were releasing toxic gases into the air. As a result, the Great Smog of London in 1952 killed more than 4,000 people (History.com Staff, 2009, par.
(Rana,2006). It also affects those with existing respiratory conditions such as asthma. The agricultural industry is also affected by the high levels of air pollution and climate change. The burning of fossil fuels triggers the release of dangerous chemical such as sulphur oxide into the air. Sulphur has detrimental effects on vegetation.
Due to misunderstanding of people towards the environment, the country is getting worse. In fact Honduras is mainly contaminated because of Carbon monoxide from vehicles and Industry , Drains or sewage contaminated sea or rivers,and the squander of important natural resources. In fact Honduras is mainly contaminated because of Carbon monoxide from vehicles and Industry. Recently this has
Did you know that there are places in the world that are so polluted, that you can hardly see in front of you? One of those places is Delhi India, the air there is toxic to breathe in and could possibly kill you. Breathing in the air is equal to smoking 50 cigarettes a day according to Vox’s “ How Delhi Became the Most Polluted City in the World”. The air is filled with smog making it hard to see causing car crashes, and trains to be delayed or canceled. United airlines stopped having flights to India’s capital because of the poor air quality.
Introduction Pollution has been around since Ancient Rome and is described as the contamination of our natural environment that is caused by chemicals and gas (Stromberg). Because of pollution in the air, more damaging consequences such as the formation of acid rain are triggered. The largest contributors to pollution are humans through industrial factories that expel foreign chemicals into the atmosphere and cause the formation of acid rain. This topic was chosen to explore the effect of man-made acid rain as a result of pollution in the air on plants, human health, and much more. The effect of pH on oxygen (O2) consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) production is worthy of investigation because human-caused acid rain is at large at many countries and may give clarity to other events that acid rain triggers.
 As of 2007, half a billion Chinese had no access to safe drinking water.  In addition to the acute problems of water pollution in developing countries, developed countries also continue to struggle with pollution problems. For example, in the most recent national report on water quality in the United States, 45 percent of assessed stream miles, 47% of assessed lake acres, and 32 percent of assessed bays and estuarine square miles were classified as polluted.  The head of China 's national development agency said in 2007 that one quarter the length of China 's seven main rivers were so poisoned the water harmed the skin.  Water is typically referred to as polluted when it is impaired by anthropogenic contaminants and either does not support a human use, such as drinking water, or undergoes a marked shift in its ability to support its constituent biotic communities, such as fish.
Actually haze is one of the causes of air pollution. Air pollution is the biggest impact on the environment because it can causes global warming natural disaster that threatens our planet. To control the air pollution, people over the world must take action. The causes of air pollution is including the release of smoke from car exhaust, smoke from the refinery industry, coal consumption is not controlled, and combustion in landfills. Apart from the above causes of natural phenomena also contribute to contamination, such as forest fires due to
In my community, their presence is due to industries, vehicles, gas-fueled appliances, and coal-fired irons. We cannot ignore the bad state of the engines of our vehicles which serve us at will their black smoke, the use of charcoal and kerosene lamps which also are sources and cause of air pollution in my country. Tobacco smoke is another pollutant for both the air and human being containing noxious substances as nitrogen monoxide, benzene, carbon monoxide, ammonia, hydrocyanic acid, and heavy metals. Indeed, the smoke is very dangerous; it irritates the eyes, nose and throat of people exposed it, increases the risk of lung cancer of non-smokers exposed and the frequency and state of asthma attacks from asthmatics. The smoke also develops respiratory problems, and increases the risk of sudden death from infants exposed to it.
Air pollution has become the world’s largest single environmental health risk. The main reasons behind the degrading air quality are rapid urbanisation, construction activities, increasing population and increasing number of vehicles. The increasing air pollution makes it difficult for human beings to lead a healthier life. It has increased the risks of lung diseases, heart attacks, premature deaths and can even cause DNA mutations. The increasing trend of car ownership and use of vehicles have contributed significantly to this environmental problem.
Transitional sentence (2 marks) : As a result of uncontrollable rise of the rates of road accidents in Malaysia, it gives negative impact to the people or the country itself. C. Topic sentence 2 (2 marks) : One of the issues that rise upon the increased rates of road accidents in Malaysia is the effect of it to the economy. 1. Supporting point 1 (2 marks) : Unlucky people who were tangled in these road mishaps can be anyone including the prime minister to the manager at your workplace or to the janitor at the shopping mall. Road accidents may take many lives away or leave you disabled for the rest of your life which stops someone from working and then slowly affect the economy of the country.