Pollution in Honduras is something that is affecting Hondurans lately. Sadly in recent years pollution had increased due to hazardous activity on Honduras. To tell the truth Hondurans must begin to become aware of the country. Honduras 30 years ago was a very beautiful country, but lamentably it is being destroyed slowly as cancer destroys a body. Due to misunderstanding of people towards the environment, the country is getting worse.
3. Disrupted economy- The change in the climate will cause a huge disruption in the economy by causing a problem in lesser infrastructure growth, growing population and less food production, which will leave most of the population hungry and landless. This will cause a civil unrest and people are going to be very unhappy. All these impacts will leave the government with no choice but to take action to manage these emissions to control climate
A weak emphasis on environmental education (EE) has taken a toll on the global perspective of pollution; worldwide, the majority of people view pollution through a lens of misconceptions and perceive the problem with minimal gravity. Pollution is a never-ending cycle of destruction yet is continuously set as a triviality. Whether it be the lack of potable water or an overall increase in mortality rates due to toxic chemicals, pollution has not only affected the environment but holds a persistent threat to life. “1.1 billion people lack access to water and 2.4 billion don’t have adequate sanitation, putting them at risk of contracting deadly diseases”(“Tackling Threats”). Pollution nonetheless constitutes other pressing matters such as climate change, weather deficiencies, and the decrease in biodiversity.
The current warming trend is of particular significance because most of it is very likely human-induced and it is proceeding at a uncontrollable rate. It causes Rise in Sea level which Global sea level rise unprecedentedly in the 10 years. The rate currently in this few years, however, is nearly double that of the last century. It leaves low lying countries like the Netherlands, Micronesia and small pacific islands at risk of being completely swallowed by the sea. As of now certain countries are vanishing in a twinkle of an
Unwanted noise is commonly known as annoying, but not many know the profound effects it may have on health. Noise pollution may not be on the national agenda as the primary concern, but its results are concerning. The primary sources of noise pollution are industrial sectors, machinery, transportation such as motor vehicles, aircraft, and lastly daily activities may contribute to noise pollution. Poor urban planning also adds to the problem. Excessive sound is harmful to human health, and the well being of animal wildlife.
Throughout history, deforestation has had a variety of effects on the global world. As the world and the people on it grow and develop, deforestation increases as well. The United States and Brazil are specific countries that have lost millions of acres of land to deforestation. This massive clearing of land and forests has a major impact on these countries such as climate change, species extinction, and environmental and biodiversity corruption. The land, environments, and species destroyed take 50 or more years to regrow.
Imagine a world where the local wildlife is decimated because of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere due to waste byproduct disposed of by factories and leaking of oil reserves into rivers. The air we breathe is no longer safe, and everyone must wear oxygen masks. There is no longer access to clean water, and citizens must resort to drinking out of dirty water sources. The energy resources we use today and have used since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution are continually wreaking havoc on our planet. They are terrible for animals, humans, and the atmosphere alike.
Affect on Natural Environment Over this 20 years of time, the average growth rate of GDP of China has reached to 9.7%, however this fastest growth approach has caused severe pollutant emissions and depleted enormous amounts of resources. Because of the inadequate per capita natural resources and the huge country’s population, which lead China to face with many problems related with the utilization of land, water conservation and air quality. (Review and challenges of policies) Furthermore, forest resources have been dwindling which generated varieties of harmful impacts including species loss, desertification and heavy flood. Additionally, inadequate regulation of industrial waste and household emissions was responsible for air and water pollution to skyrocket. China's development and environment practices have also made the country one of the world's leading
The Philippines is facing multiple crisis in the society such as terrorism, discrimination, poverty and the like. One of the most widespread problem is the overpopulation. the population crisis in the Philippines grows bigger each year. according to the dictionary overpopulation the is condition of being populated w/ excessively Large num. Overpopulation is 1 of the most pressing environmental and social issue bcos over population leads to global warming, pollution, hunger, sixth mass extinction, habitat loss, unemployment and more.
Is it the government for not being active on protecting our environment or we people for not being responsible in everything we do to our environment? Our calamitous capacity for damaging and destroying the natural world has become clearer. Pollution, illegal mining, deforestation and over population; these are just some examples of how people destroy the natural environment. Human beings are dependent on the environment for their very survival and sustenance, and have been interacting with the environment for a very long time. These interactions have proved negative for the environment