Pollution Is No More Than Terrorism Essay

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Pollution – a Terrorist with no initiative It won’t be wrong to say that Pollution is no less than terrorism because like as the birth to terrorism was given by man for his lust, so the birth to pollution has been given by the same group. Like Terrorism plays very well and leaves no stones unturned to deteriorate the peace of the world, similarly pollution sails in the same boat.

The only difference between the former and the latter is Like people unite against Terrorism, they don’t react the same for pollution.
So, We have been learning since childhood that Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment causing adverse changes. Perhaps, I feel according to the current scenario going on time has come that
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NITROGENOUS DIOXIDE- Nitrogen dioxide is a nasty-smelling gas. Some nitrogen dioxide is formed naturally in the atmosphere by lightning and some is produced by plants, soil and water. However, only about 1% of the total amount of nitrogen dioxide found in our cities' air is formed this way. it contributes to the formation of photochemical smog, which can have significant impacts on human health. major source of nitrogen dioxide is the burning of fossil fuels: coal, oil and gas. Most of the nitrogen dioxide in cities comes from motor vehicle exhaust (about 80%). Other sources of nitrogen dioxide are metal refining, electricity generation from coal-fired power stations, other manufacturing industries and
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