Ernvironmental Pollution and Its Disatrous Effect: A Review

Research Article
Simanchal Dash
Environment Pollution; Air Pollution; Water Pollution; solid waste

Environment pollution is a wide-reaching problem and it is likely to influence the health of human populations is great. Air pollution receives one of the prime concerns in India, primarily due to rapid economic growth, industrialization and urbanization with associated increase in energy demands. Lacks of implementation of environmental regulations are contributing to the bad air quality of most of the Indian cities. Air pollutants produced in any air shed are not completely confined, but at time trespassing all the geographical boundaries, hence do not remain only a problem of urban centres, but spread and affect remote rural areas supporting large productive agricultural land. whereby the world is currently facing critical water supply and drinking water quality problems. In many parts of the world heavy metal (HM) concentrations in drinking water are higher than some international guideline values. It is known that there are million people with chronic HM poisoning which has become a worldwide public health issue, Many children die each year from diseases for which contaminated drinking water is a leading cause. This paper provides the insight view about the affects of environment pollution in the perspective of air pollution, water and soil waste pollution on human. Study finds that these kinds of pollutions are not only seriously affecting the human by diseases and problems but also the animals and plants. According to author, still time left in the hands of global institutions, governments and local bodies to use the advance resources to balance the environment for living and initiates the breathed intellectuals to live friendly with environment.,