You wouldn’t think you could kill an ocean, would you? But we’ll do it one day. That’s how negligent we are. ― Ian Rankin, Blood Hunt Water is a vital resource required for survival of all kinds of life forms found on the earth. Pollution of this resource threatens the existence of life.
Water resources around the world are being exploited by human activities. We must be conscious about the pollution of water resources considering that water is a basic need for our survival. Water pollution is a serious threat to our health, the ecosystem, and the natural environment.
The contamination of our water resources such as rivers, streams, groundwater, seas and oceans because of introduction of various pollutants is known as water pollution.
Water pollution is a serious threat to the every living organisms on this planet. The main source of this pollution is human activities and few may be natural like emission of natural gases and chemicals. There are several sources of water. Hence the types of water pollution are also many in number, major of which are mentioned below.
Water pollution. the gravest of pollution that affects each and every living organism. Identifying and eliminating the source and cause is must for life to exist and extend on this planet of ours.
Air pollution refers to the introduction of substances into the atmosphere that inflict harm on the health of living things and degrade the quality of the environment. Exhaust from automobiles, emissions from industries, suspended particles and gases are among the unwanted substances that are deteriorating the quality of air around us.
Before we invented civilization our ancestors lived mainly in the open out under the sky. Before we devised artificial lights and atmospheric pollution and modern forms of nocturnal entertainment we watched the stars. – Carl Sagan Human beings have engineered the night so that we don’t have to be in the dark anymore. However, its advantages are not without adverse effects which is known as light pollution.
Human beings never have to live in the dark anymore. Our surroundings are illuminated at night by various artificial lights. But with immoderate and extreme lighting use, we are faced with some damaging effects. Light pollution refers to the excessive and unnecessary artificial lights that are introduced to the natural environment at night.
Light pollution refers to excessive, obtrusive and unwanted artificial lighting. It is the alteration or degradation of natural light in the environment by the introduction of artificial lights. Light pollution is also known as luminous or photo pollution. It is caused as a result of industrialization and modernization.
Air pollutants are the unwanted substances that enter the atmosphere from various natural and anthropogenic sources. These solid, liquid or gaseous substances can be harmful to our health and surroundings. They are divided into Primary Pollutants