Pollution

People in todays time are most susceptible to air, water and noise pollution. These basic necessities essential for living are being devastated by mans own skills and deeds. The term pollution does not only mean the presence of pollutants in air and water but is also caused by excessive noise or artificial light disrupting and damaging the environment. This result into harmful effects on human health along with causing aggression and annoyance (mainly caused through noise pollution). Industrial wastes, heavy transportation, burning of fuels, overpopulation, are considered the main drivers of pollution.

Industrial wastes, heavy transportation, burning of fuels, overpopulation, are considered the main drivers of pollution. Many studies by scientists reveal that over 40 percent of deaths are caused by pollution across the globe. These statistics describe the decline in human life alone. In addition, oil spills caused through automobiles that finally run off into the oceans, direct oil spill from boats and most of all the industrial pollution has also played havoc with marine life.

Concerns about the quality of pure air dates back to 1863 when the British Alkali Act was passed compelling the soda industries to cut down their hydrochloric acid gas emissions. Since then many Acts have been passed around the World by many Governments as a pollution control management.

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