In recent years there has been a growing awareness of the health problems associated with environmental factors. Therefore, numerous studies of how different factors affect population's health have significantly developed. In this essay the effects of air pollution and water pollution on public health will be discussed and some evidences will be provided to show how such pollution affects health. One of the most serious factors affecting public health is ecological factors. Ecological factors include exposure to organic chemical air pollutants, such as sand, fumes and pesticides.
What is water pollution and who cause water pollution? Water pollution It's a huge problems in earth, animals are the most effect when water is contaminated, but also water pollution affected humans health. Sometimes we don’t see but we are always contaminating water by throwing thrash and exposing chemicals on water. Humans are the reason why water pollution exist, but we can something about it to end water pollution. What is water pollution?
These pollutants affect humans, animals, plants and atmosphere. Their effects are indeed many and wide-ranging. The excessive levels of pollutants cause a lot of damage to human and animal health. For example air pollution reduces the lung functioning, cause irritation of mouth, throat, eyes and nose, asthma, respiratory symptoms like coughing and wheezing.Air pollutants like sulphur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen etc increases the respiratory diseases and reduces the energy level.Similarly water pollution causes many waterborne diseases like amoebiasis,hookworm,giardiasis,ascariasis and typhoid. The polluted water can damage the nervous system, liver, DNA and kidney.
Pollution is a big problem around the world that affects at least a thousand of animals,marine life and also causes global warming.Pollution can cause death or serious problems and diseases.A article Bios Urn states that “8.9 million people are killed a year from pollution”.It also says that 200 million people suffer from pollution.This shows why pollution is a really big problem. In this essay we are going to see how pollution affects the environment and the ecosystem.In addition to how pollution affects animals,plants, and marine life.Finally,how pollution affects human health. To begin with, pollution affects the environment and the ecosystem.Pollution has a big impact on the environment and the ecosystem because it
Therefore, we should pay more efforts to mitigate air pollution impacts for the sake of the safety of our family. Apart from health impacts, air pollution also leads to repercussions to biodiversity and ecosystems, contributing global climate changes with more severe weather incidents, acid rain, ozone depletion, the greenhouse effect and so on. In general, because of negative direct influence on our living environment, it is imperative for us to address this issue. d. Solution: Vietnam has deployed air quality control and management to tackle this problem. In spite of some improvements, limitations still
Pollution has many terrible consequences that affect the environment, the animals, and even ourselves, the people who cause pollution. If pollution isn’t slowed down or stopped we may never have clean beaches to enjoy ever again. The environment is extremely important to not only the animals that live on this Earth but also to us humans. Pollution is caused by actions such
We can read about global worming, about different kinds of diseases and decreasing fresh water. Water pollution is the largest cause of death and disease on the world.The Earth is covered with around 70% of water.Water pollution is caused by littering water, releasing chemicals and by oil tankers witch sometimes sinks and that is cause to a big oil spill (in the sea). Effects are animal’s extinction of fishes and decreasing of fresh water. Sea level is rising because ice caps are melting. Because of that are floods increasingly common.
Because numerous reviews have appeared recently that cover the various aspects of waterborne diseases in a inclusive way. More eminence is placed on chemical pollution. More than one-third of Earth’s existing renewable freshwater is consumptively used for agricultural, industrial, and domestic purposes 5) As most of these activities lead to water contamination with diverse synthetic and geogenic natural chemicals, it comes as no surprise that chemical pollution of natural water has become a major public concern in almost all parts of the world. In fact, a recent Gallup poll taken in 2009 revealed that pollution of drinking water is the primary U.S. environmental concern. 6) Chemical water pollutants can be divided into two categories, the relatively small number of macropollutants, which typically occur at the milligram per liter level and include nutrients such as nitrogen 7) and phosphorous species 8) as well as natural organic
Other than global warming, greenhouse effect is also one of the effects of air pollution. Greenhouse effect is a condition in which the sun’s rays, which should’ve been reflected back into space, are trapped in the earth, hence causing the earth’s temperature to be increasing. Another effect of global warming is the thinning of the ozone layer. Nowadays, our ozone layer has been thinning due to the rising heat in the world. According to the most recent observation, there is a big hole on our ozone layer which causes heat from space to be able to penetrate into the earth’s surface.
[Type text] [Type text] [Type text] 1 Human Impact on the Enviroment Human Impacts on the Environment Gary Pace Excelsior College Biology 110 Professor Simmons Our impact as humans on the environment has been drastic, especially for water pollution. Water pollution is the contamination of the water bodies, such as lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater caused by our activities. Water Pollution can be deadly for organisms and plants that live in these bodies of water. There are several known ways that humans pollute water, such as dumping garbage in or near the bodies of water, and from spilling oil,, to name a few. Improper disposal of waste can and will have a drastic effect on public health.