Environmental Pollution

Anything added into the environment that results in producing a harmful or poisonous effects on the living things is called pollution. Pollution is the process that makesnature’s resources such as land, water, air and other parts of the environment unsafe or unsuitable to use. Pollution can be of many types:soil ,air,water thermal, radioactive, noise ,light etc. The toxins released are inhaled by each one of us while we breathe. Pollution and its causes inhaling poisonous air is as hazardous as smoking. It is not only the humans who are affected from this polluted environment but also the animals. Air is filled with highly toxic gases. These dangerous gases in the environment are released by the power Industries that burn fossil fuels , industries that dispose wastes in the water,farmers using pesticides, high usage of artificial light and loud sounds etc. Each of these leads to generation of the life threatening cause of pollution. Any use of natural resources at a rate higher than the nature’scapacity of restore itself can result in pollution of air , water and land. Other than  human activities, there are a few periodic natural cycles that also result in the release of dangerous staff.Natural activities other than the human activities like volcano eruption, dust wildfires ,etc also release in creation of pollution.Globalization is another major cause of pollution. Globalization has became an effective facilitator of environmental degradation.

The conclusion:-Every individual owns certain responsibility of maintaining a few points such as not throwing garbage all , growing trees, using public transport instead of their own,etc. We must shun excessive consumption and avoid careless and deliberate disposal of post-consumption waste resources which could otherwise be recycled and would led to pollution control. Pollution cannot be reduced or controlled a sense of responsibility towards our Mother India is not felt by all concerned.

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