A very large issue that had a lot of bad consequences was the pollution, as a result of factories and homes the pollution in urban areas intensified and was very prevalent this contaminated waterways and resulted in diseases spread by the pollution another effect of the immense pollution where unusual weather patterns like acid rain and smog. The working conditions in factories were very poor as such the machinery and equipment in these facilities had caused many serious injury and death this was due to the poor quality and maintenance in the factory. As a result of this regular occurrence of injury people didn't have the ability to work and where forced out of the workforce, other factories where not interested in these people due to their inability to work, and therefore had no employment often resorting to begging. People in factories were subject to long working hours and in unsanitary environments due to rare cleaning. Parents sent their kids to work in factories at a young age in order to bring money home to support the family, these children were exposed to extreme conditions and were often employed more than their older counterounts due to the low wages that were paid to children, they also had the same long working hours leaving ample time for anything other than sleeping and no education.
Around 70% of China 's rivers and lakes are polluted and they are risky for human contact. Health concerns have been evoked as it has been demonstrated that water contamination causes gsotraintentianl and different sorts of cancers (The Diplomat). There are some
Besides the city planning, the government forgot to put proper sanitation infrastructure to the cities. People couldn’t find a proper water sources. This also caused to the people's death as a result of cholera. Cholera was caused by bad water and because of lack of infrastructure people had to drink toilet water which is basically bad water. As Sanitation, Water and Health states “ “London can be traced back to the 1840s when the health of the city's population was seriously threatened by industrialisation, heavy pollution of the Thames and outbreaks of cholera resulting in demands for reform of the ways in which water was supplied, treated and disposed of within London.”(Rautanen et al,177) people suffered because of poor sanitation.
Cess pools overflowed, and waste was everywhere, making diseases the product of such filthy conditions. Overcrowding caused a “mass production” of waste and the very quick spread of diseases, which led to the dirty conditions of the cities and the death of lots of
Introduction The black plague was a terrible crisis throughout the whole world and it affected many people, but it affected mostly the people of Europe. It killed thousands of people just in Europe and across the world as it killed many more. This was a feared disease in Europe because it was really contagious, and came from fleas on rats. The Plague was feared by many people because it was deathly, contagious, and made them feel awful. In Europe, and more specifically in London, during Elizabethan times the plague devastated the city.
It was used for most of the activities that took place at that time, such as, factories, houses, means of transports… As a consequence of the massively use of the coal, the air became polluted. In fact, the air of the industrial cities were full of fog and smoke, and this had not positive consequences As a result of this air pollution, several healthy problems appeared (heart attacks, strokes, irregular heartbeat, ashma, coughing… ), which soon led to the raise of the death rates (in 1952 pollutants from factories killed at least 4000 people in London
There are positives and negatives to every tactic, especially trench warfare. Trench warfare’s effectiveness directly impacted the war. Because it was not extremely effective, it often tired out the soldiers and prolonged the war. Trench warfare introduced new infections and diseases, like trench foot and trench fever. It also contributed to many more soldiers falling ill due to influenza, malaria, cholera, typhoid, and diabetes.
How does water pollution affect the conditions for human life and quality of living in Southeast Asia? Section 1: Introduction: Water, a big human resources, and from almost everywhere from Earth, it's getting polluted more worse every year. Because of this, many underwater disaster and animals are died or got polluted by water. This is because of humans. People are pollution waters everywhere.
In my area there has an escalated amount of pollution. The amount of pollution has affected the protected wildlife areas and parks. Polluted rivers are killing the wildlife, and animals are in danger because of the heavy amounts of pollution. A lot of people aren 't properly recycling their waste and that affects the environment, and the wildlife living in it, greatly. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has been trying to raise awareness around pollution since 1967.
Many people used tires. Thousands of tires were set on fire, and that hurt the environment. Hawler, the capital, has a halo of ashes, gas and other fuggy material around it if looked at outside the city. The waters of Kurdistan were also contaminated, as in the case of the Sirwan River, whose water is used for drinking, which eventually led to an uproar. There have been kidney problems, which led to the belief that the environment must be kept clean.
Smallpox was also a threat. One settler describes it as a “cloud over this province.” It drove off people and killed the people who stayed. It was also one of the major causes of the decline in the Native American population. There were definitely other kinds of diseases, but Smallpox was the most common. Both of these problems made it hard to settle Charles Town.
This quote proves that the factories were unsafe to work in because it caused illnesses and even lead to death. In the interview with Dr.Ward he said “ the state of the health of the health of the cotton factory children is much worse than that of children employed in other manufactories.”(House of Lords interview with Dr.Ward).