Effects of pollution on the Earth include environmental deterioration, impacts on the health of living organisms, global warming, depletion of the ozone layer and reduced efficiency or infertility of farm lands and crop fields. The sources of pollution vary widely, and ...
Personal pollution causes several detrimental effects on the human body, including severe disorders such as heart ailments, diabetes and liver cirrhosis. Other serious effects include neurological diseases, respiratory ailments and cancer.
The effects of air pollution include acidification, eutrophication, ground-level ozone and particulate matter. Acidification occurs during a chemical reaction with air pollutants that causes acid rain, and it affects the environment and structures. When acid rain occurs...
The effects of ocean pollution include an interruption in the reproductive cycle of animals; injury, illness and death in marine life; disruption of photosynthesis and illnesses in humans. The ocean's adaptation methods, such as its mechanism to absorb carbon dioxide fr...
Pollutants are high concentrations of toxic chemicals found in the environment. They are generally introduced into the ecosystem through the air, water or soil, and they have the ability to cause great harm to the environment and people’s health.
Industrial pollution can negatively affect public health by distributing harmful chemicals into water, the air and the soil. The quality of the environment is also at risk, as industrial pollution can impact climate change, hinder the growth of natural plants and grasse...
Some of the effects of land pollution include soil pollution, negative environmental impacts, health hazards and air pollution. Another effect of land pollution includes unusual weather activity, such as acid rain.