Pollution - The Cause and Cure

by John Evergreen

Posted on October 29, 2020 at 12:00 PM

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Pollution is basically the introduction of harmful elements into the environment which cause negative change to the natural resources. Pollution can also take the form of energy, such as sunlight, heat, or noise. Pollutants, in turn, can either naturally occurring toxins or foreign substances. While some pollution can be detrimental to the environment, it can also help the environment to flourish by making it less exposed to harmful elements. The only thing that pollution does is to harm and damage the environment so it should not have to be treated this way.

The only thing that pollution can do to a clean environment is by affecting the normal functioning of the ecosystem. When natural systems are affected by pollution, it can affect plants, animals, and human beings that depend on them for their survival. As more toxins enter the environment, there will be more problems to solve and more pollution will continue. This will result to a worsening environmental condition for the whole world. So what causes pollution?

One of the most common sources of pollution is industrial pollutants. Industrial pollution is the release of toxic chemicals from various industries. These chemicals can have side effects that could be extremely harmful to the environment. Some of the common chemicals released in the environment include carcinogens, toxic chemicals, and polychlorinated biphenyls.

Another major source of pollution is commercial vehicles. Commercial vehicles include aircraft, ships, and trucks. These vehicles pollute the environment through the emission of emissions. These emissions can cause pollution by disturbing the atmosphere, damaging the vegetation, and causing damage to natural resources.

Many factories also emit industrial pollution into the environment through the use of power, such as heat from burning coal or petroleum products. These emissions contain carbon dioxide and other gases that create high temperatures in the air and can harm plants and wildlife. Human beings can also be affected by these emissions if they come in contact with these gasses.

Oil spills are another major source of pollution because they cause pollution in the water bodies. Oil spills, in turn, can pollute the soil, the ground water, and the wildlife around the area. If an oil spill has been allowed to reach a certain extent, it can even cause a major ecological catastrophe.

Human beings can also be affected by pollution in the form of diseases. These diseases can include:

While pollution can greatly affect the environment in the long run, it can also be a problem at a personal level if not treated properly. There are many types of pollution that can affect our health. We can be affected by the environment we live in, by the pollution we breathe, and by the pollution we leave behind in the form of waste. In the end, it all comes down to what kind of pollution we want.

The first step in solving a pollution problem is to identify it. Identifying a problem and knowing exactly what the problem is, helps us to address it effectively. A clear and precise definition of the pollution we want is essential in developing effective solutions. Once the problem is identified, we then need to understand and recognize the source of the pollution, which helps us to develop a solution.

Once the pollution is understood, the next step is to find a solution to the problem. Finding a solution involves a detailed in a detailed report that outlines the issues that exist, the possible solutions to those issues, and what steps need to be taken to solve the issue. This report will serve as a guide for the organization and individuals.

The third step is the prevention of the problem. Prevention is an essential part of solving a problem. This involves educating individuals about the different ways in which pollution can affect the environment.

Another important thing is to be aware of the fact that prevention is the only cure. Prevention is always better than cure. It is never too late to take action against pollution. By learning from the past and by identifying problems and understanding how to prevent pollution, organizations and individuals will be able to avoid future occurrences of pollution.

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Rachael Jones
Think this article makes it look very simple when in reality air pollution is anything but simple....
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