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Land pollution is a major global health concern, and occurs when humans fail to manage their waste appropriately and leave it to contaminate the land. Over time, land pollution degrades the quality of not only the land in an area where waste is present, but also the quality of things growing in that land. Land pollution contaminates ground water, kills animal and plant species, causes disease and more.One of the major causes of land pollution is industrialization. Mechanized creation of goods sacrifices resource conservation in favor of speedy and inexpensive production.
This results in a greater amount of industrial waste which must be disposed of. When it is not disposed of correctly it becomes surface waste and creates land pollution.Another cause of land pollution is chemical treatment of the land. Organic farming is the exception not the rule. Most farmers use harsh chemicals to fertilize their crops, eliminate weeds, kill of pests who pose a threat to the crop and more.
The excess chemicals leave waste residue in the land and pollute it.Waste from human activity is, however, the most common cause of pollution. Waste causing pollution is caused by careless disposal of things that are thrown away including littering, and failure to recycle.
Many items go into a landfill which could be recycled and reused to both limit the amount of natural resources used to create synthetic products and reduce the amount of waste in land fills and private dumps creating land pollution.Land pollution is serious because it contributes to other forms of contamination including water and air pollution, as particles from the land pollution work into the water cycle.
Limiting or eliminating land pollution improves every aspect of global conservation, and pollution management. This prevents potentially dangerous materials from negatively impacting the gloabal quality of life.
CAUSES OF AIR POLLUTION:
Smoke from factories and cars pollutes the air. The smoke rises and becomes part of a cloud. When it rains down on a river, the rain from that cloud is known as acid rain and it pollutes bodies of wat.
CAUSES OF WATER POLLUTION:
Water pollution is caused by the introduction of foreign substances into streams, rivers, creeks, oceans, seas and municipal water supplies. Commercial industries that release chemicals into the atmosphere, as well as, the fumes that are released by automobiles contribute significantly to our water supplies being polluted. Pesticides are another substance that frequently enters our water supply and poses a threat to both humans, animals and aquatic life. Trash and debris also results in waterways being filled with materials that contribute to pollution. Recycling waste products, reducing the items we use and consolidating trips when traveling and reusing items, instead of disposing of them are all greats way to help reduce pollution in our environment.
CAUSES OF NOISE POLLUTION:
(1) Transportation / Traffic noise
(2) Industrial noise
(3) Noise from construction work
(4) Neighborhood noise
A screaming child, TV on high volume, a vacuum cleaner, and music playing at full blast? And that’s not even taking into account what goes on outside your house. Do you hear a lawn mower, honking cars, sirens, maybe even ear-shattering sounds of a construction or a work site – a saw, a drill, a jackhammer, and all the other high-pitched noises that make you want to cover your ears and run for the hills. Unless you live in a quiet rural area (and even there you can hear tractors and other farm equipment) or under a rock somewhere, you are no stranger to the phenomenon commonly known as noise pollution or “environmental noise.”
Thus, the health of urban populations has changed as cities have evolved. As more people worldwide live in cities, it is imperative to understand how urban living affects population health. Does urban living negatively affect health? Can urban living enhance population health and well-being? This article first examines determinants of heath in urban versus rural contexts and then outlines several emerging problems caused by rapid urbanization.
If we Do all this suggestion we can decrease our pollution
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