I would now look at the first of the two types of pollution that I would be concentrating on for this essay - land pollution.
Land pollution is the degradation of the Earth's land through human misuse of the soil.
Noise pollution takes place when noise and unpleasant sounds cause temporary disruption in the natural balance.
It is usually caused by industrialization, social events, poor urban planning, household chores, transportation, and construction activities.
There has been a great concern on earth's ailing condition especially when effects of man's inadvertent progression in the world of science and technology created a network of environmental problems. In this essay, I would be looking at environmental pollution particularly, land and noise pollution, how are they evolved and what can be done to curb the problem from aggravating.
I think it is very important for people to realize that different types of pollution such as water, air and soil are not inconsequential of one other.Human influences such as poor agricultural practices, the digging up of important resources, industrial waste dumping and careless disposal of trash continue to pollute the land rapidly.There are two significant factors in land pollution - soil pollution and solid waste.A biological, chemical, and physical alteration of the air occurs when smoke, dust, and any harmful gases enter into the atmosphere and make it difficult for all living beings to survive as the air becomes contaminated.Burning of fossil fuels, agriculture related activities, mining operations, exhaust from industries and factories, and household cleaning products entail air pollution.We waste the bounties of our nature without a thought that our actions cause serious problems.We must deepen our knowledge of nature`s laws and broaden our understanding of the laws of the human behavior in order to deal with pollution problems.There is less water available for drinking, cooking, irrigating crops, and washing.Light pollution occurs because of the prominent excess illumination in some areas. They have deadly effects on many creatures including mammals, plants, amphibians, insects, and birds.In fact, each of the parts of an environment – air, water, soil – depends upon the others and the flora and fauna within the environment.The relationships among all living and non-living things in an environment make up an ecological system, known as the ecosystem.