What are the results of environmental problems?


What are the results of environmental problems?

Climate change including Global warming. Acid rain, photochemical smog and other forms of pollution. Ocean acidification. Displacement/extinction of wildlife.

What is environmental pollution causes effects and control?


Name of the pollutants Sources Health effects
Hydrocarbons Burning of fossil fuels Kidney problems, irritation in eyes, nose and throat, asthma, hypertension and carcinogenic effects on lungs.
Chlorofluorocarbons Refrigerators, emission from jets Depletion of ozone layer, global warming

How can we control the environmental pollution?

10 Best Ways to Reduce Air Pollution

  1. Using public transports.
  2. Turn off the lights when not in use.
  3. Recycle and Reuse.
  4. No to plastic bags.
  5. Reduction of forest fires and smoking.
  6. Use of fans instead of Air Conditioner.
  7. Use filters for chimneys.
  8. Avoid usage of crackers.

What is the useful result to the environment?

Examples of useful environmental changes are: 1) Climatic changes throughout the whole year. 2) Migratory species habitat changes throughout the whole year. 3) Flower changes into fruits.

What is the impact of environmental pollution?

An increased risk of heart disease, wheezing, coughing, and respiratory problems and skin, nose, and throat irritation can be caused by high levels of air pollution. Air Pollution affects human health in different ways, Air pollution may also cause heart attacks, asthma, and other respiratory complications.

What are environmental control measures?

Background: Environmental control measures refer to using 1 or more interventions aimed at avoiding, reducing, or eliminating allergens and irritants in the environment to improve symptoms of allergic rhinitis.

What is the impact on pollution?

Air pollution can damage crops and trees in a variety of ways. Ground-level ozone can lead to reductions in agricultural crop and commercial forest yields, reduced growth and survivability of tree seedlings, and increased plant susceptibility to disease, pests and other environmental stresses (such as harsh weather).

What are the useful effects of changes in the environment?

Climate change can have also some positive impacts as on crop production as increased carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere can boost photosynthesis of C3 crops and water use efficiency in both C3 and C4 crops, and improve crop growth (Long et al., 2006).