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?
Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 General The fresh water is very important for all humans, animals, and all living organisms. After the air, water is the most essential component on earth for the life. The main sources of water on earth are rivers, lakes, underground water, springs, glaciers etc. The total amount water is required for drinking is depends on the age of the humans, environmental conditions (eg. summer, winter), availability and quality of water etc.
INTRODUCTION: Water is one of the most essential elements to the world. It is the basic necessity that is the lifeline of humans, animals, environment and it is extremely necessary for survival of all living things. 71% of the Earth comprises of water. It goes in cycle between the inner earth and the atmosphere. Fresh water makes up less than 3% of all the water on earth.
Jared Snow Ms. Carrell English 1 AP 9/15/15 Water Contamination Water pollution is any chemical, physical, or biological change in the quality of water that has a harmful effect on any living thing that drinks it, uses it or lives in it. I have spent many hours of many days to research this topic to find out facts of water pollution and how to prevent it. According to Food and Water Watch there are over 780 million people all over the earth that are living without clean drinking water. Another fact is every 20 seconds a child under five years old dies from illnesses that are waterborne. There is a lot of information about water contamination, the main topics are, effects of the percentage of water contaminated, ways it gets contaminated, and what to do in the after-math.
The importance of Water Water is the most basic need of everyone (human being, animal, plant and other microorganisms and water is the reason for our existence and further living things on the earth. Water is the unique source of life, without water we cannot imagine the life here. Without water there would be no local business or industry. Fire-fighting, municipal parks, and public swimming pools all need lots of water. An array of pipes, canals, and pumping stations managed by our public water systems are needed to bring a reliable supply of water to our taps each day.
Since there are too many interdependencies (externalities) among water uses and the fact that water in not always available at the ‘right’ time and the ‘right’ location, water users have to share water. This valuable and vital resource called water has to be shared at different levels of access. This variation about the distribution of water, its availability, its qualitative characteristics and the composition of its sectoral use contributes to the arising of conflicts among water users. The abusing of the available fresh water are getting higher and water scarcity affects the living standards which is a risk. In such a case, the number and level of conflicts are quite likely to be elevated in the future.
'Common People, Not Corporates Should Own The Water Resources: Rajendra Singh -Atul Chaurasia "Rahiman paani raakhiye, Bin paani sab soon. Paani gaye na ubere Moti, manus, choon..." (Says Rahim, keep water/ As without water there is nothing/ Sans water pearl loses its luster, Man its existence, Lime its effervescence) Nothing signifies the importance of water more than this couplet by the 16th-century poet Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana. It goes without saying that water is vital for the existence of mankind. But, water resources in modern times are constrained like never before. Last month, Section-144 had to be imposed in Maharashtra's Latur and Osamanabad districts to prevent riots arising out of acute water scarcity.
Introduction An adequate supply of safe drinking water is one of the major prerequisites for a healthy life (Harrison, 2014). Here in the United States we are blessed with many environmental resources, however we do not realize the importance of those resources let alone how to use them correctly. For example, the water quality in countries like India is greatly affected by the pollution of their rivers, lakes and seas. The main reason for this pollution is due to the excessive industrial, agriculture and sewage waste/runoff. Recently there has been a major concern for the quality of water and the concerns of water pollution in the U.S. Water pollution can brought on by human activities.
Water pollution also causes many problems with the living plants and animals in the water. Many countries have laws to protect the environment and limit water pollution, but that is not enough to solve the many problems. People living on this planet have to be responsible and get involved in keeping our water supply fresh and clean. Everyone needs to be more concerned with our water supply and products that can threaten it. They all must realize water is their source of life and it needs to be conserved and