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How does each of these types of air pollution affect human health and the environment?
How Does Pollution Affect the Environment? That must have given you a rough idea as to what is environmental pollution and how is it caused. [ Each of these forms of pollution affect the environment adversely, and eventually trigger a series of domino effects on the Earth. Given below are the details of their harmful effects on the environment, with special reference to their effects on human
beings, which will shed some light on how does pollution affect nature. Air Pollution: This is by far one of the most widespread forms of pollution, and the effects of the same are also quite severe. When it comes to health hazards, the effects of air pollution include a wide range of diseases, right from viral infection to life-threatening conditions such as heart attacks. Other than this, air pollution also has adverse effects on the environment in which we live. It has the tendency to cause severe environmental issues such as global warming and acid rain. Wondering how does pollution affect global warming? As we mentioned earlier the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is increasing rapidly, and this increase in their concentration is trapping the radiations of the Sun and causing the global temperatures to soar. Water Pollution: Water is one of the basic necessities when it comes to existence of life on the planet, and therefore pollution of same is bound to impact the numerous species which are dependent on water directly or indirectly. As in case of air pollution, even the effects of water pollution on humans revolve around various health disorders. The pollutants which contaminate various water sources reach our body even if we don't come in contact with the polluted water directly. For instance, fish species get contaminated as a result of oil spills, and the same contaminants enter our body when we consume this fish. Soil Pollution: Like water, even soil is one of the major components of the planet as it supports plant life. ]
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Weegy: How Does Pollution Affect the Environment? That must have given you a rough idea as to what is environmental pollution and how is it caused. [ Each of these forms of pollution affect the environment adversely, and eventually trigger a series of domino effects on the Earth. Given below are the details of their harmful effects on the environment, with special reference to their effects on human beings, which will shed some light on how does pollution affect nature. Air Pollution: This is by far one of the most widespread forms of pollution, and the effects of the same are also quite severe. When it comes to health hazards, the effects of air pollution include a wide range of diseases, right from viral infection to life-threatening conditions such as heart attacks. Other than this, air pollution also has adverse effects on the environment in which we live. It has the tendency to cause severe environmental issues such as global warming and acid rain. Wondering how does pollution affect global warming? As we mentioned earlier the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is increasing rapidly, and this increase in their concentration is trapping the radiations of the Sun and causing the global temperatures to soar. Water Pollution: Water is one of the basic necessities when it comes to existence of life on the planet, and therefore pollution of same is bound to impact the numerous species which are dependent on water directly or indirectly. As in case of air pollution, even the effects of water pollution on humans revolve around various health disorders. The pollutants which contaminate various water sources reach our body even if we don't come in contact with the polluted water directly. For instance, fish species get contaminated as a result of oil spills, and the same contaminants enter our body when we consume this fish. Soil Pollution: Like water, even soil is one of the major components of the planet as it supports plant life. ]
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I would have thought that yes poverty would be one of the highest loss of life, but I thought that motor vehicle accident would have been up their knowing that many accident occur almost every day. All the other does not really surprise me but the dropout kind of surprise me because I thought that their was more serious thing that people dropping out.
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