Introduction: Environment Pollution is the most talked about topic of the present world. Climatologists as well as the conscious people of the world are much concerned about it. It is being said that if we cannot prevent environmental pollution, the world will soon become uninhabitable.
What is environmental pollution: Environment refers to the natural world in which people, animals, and plants live. On the other hand, pollution means the process of making anything contaminated or polluted, that is, dirty or harmful. Air, water, soil, sound, etc. are the. elements of the environment.
So, the process of making these elements polluted or harmful to people, animals, and plants is environmental pollution. In a broader sense, environmental pollution means a remarkable change in the chemical, physical and biological characteristics of the environment.
How the environment is polluted: Our environment is polluted in many ways. Air is polluted by smoke and water is polluted by waste and filth. Another form of environmental pollution is sound pollution. Sound pollution is created by vehicle horns and microphones. The most serious way of environmental pollution is the greenhouse effect. It is the result of the indiscriminate cutting down of trees.
Results/effects of environmental pollution: Environment pollution creates a ruinous effect. If our environment is polluted, we cannot live a comfortable life. Pollution causes various fatal diseases and the death of millions of people all over the world. The world's climate changes and brings about different kinds of natural disasters. In a word, it hinders the balance and harmony of the environment.
How to prevent/Solution: To prevent environmental pollution, first of all, the indiscriminate cutting down of trees should be stopped. Besides, we have to plant more and more trees. Action should be taken against the indiscriminate use of chemicals and the throwing of waste and filth here and there. Above all, public awareness has to be created through mass campaigns in the mass media.
Conclusion: All things that make up the environment are interrelated. If one element is polluted, all the other parts are affected. So, it is our responsibility to prevent the environment from being spoilt. By keeping our environment pollution free, we can ensure a healthier and happier life for our future generation.