advantages and disadvantages of pollution
Pollution is the undesirable state appears when environment is affected by harmful substances which in turn cause problems to human activities and other living beings on earth. Pollution is the process where the good environment changes to bad environment. Pollution is caused due to the introduction of contaminants into an environment that causes disorder, harm, discomfort, instability to the ecosystem.
Pollution is where air, water and land get contaminated due to some introduction of harmful products. Pollution is of 4 types, the types as follows:
Air Pollution : This is due to pollution in air.
Water Pollution : This is because of pollution in water.
Land Pollution : This is due to pollution in land.
Noise Pollution : This is because of pollution due to noise.
This pollution is caused by human beings in some or the other way. The pollution made by us may be of large amount or big amount but still it causes some kind of pollution which in turn affects us. Only few people think about the environment they think not to make any kind of pollution. Pollution is major issue to all living beings. Pollution is not only affecting living beings but also our planet completely.
Due to the noise pollution people suffer from Premature deafness, Lack of ability to hear important sounds, inability to hear oncoming danger, Deterioration of general health, inability to hear common conversation, Tinnitus, Distortion of speech or music, Confusion , Mental stress from the constant and unremitting noise. This noise pollution is due to vehicle sound, earphones, Loud music, stereos.
As we know that pollution is an harmful thing for planet and living beings, we can not find any kind of advantage. The all it is having only disadvantages like Lost efficiency, Potential for legal action, equipment damage from corrosion, Lost resources, Indicates poor operation, Potential for lawsuits, Mental stress.
Pollution leads to following problems: Higher sea level leading to flooding of low-lying lands and deaths and disease from flood and evacuation. Ocean circulation disrupted, disrupting and having unknown effects on world climate. Deserts get drier leaving to increased which is known as desertification.
Food shortages due to soil corrosion. Malnutrition , starvation and increased deaths due to crop and food shortages. Water shortages due to water contamination. Extreme bad weather which causes catastrophic storms. Increased disease in animals and humans.
Increased deaths from heat waves. Loss of plant habitats and animal habitats. Due to earlier blooming of plants Increased asthma rates allergy . Permanent loss of ice sheets and loss of glaciers. Increased acidity of rainfall. Increased cost of insurance as insurers pay out more claims resulting from increasingly large disasters.