A List Of Effects That Environmental Pollution Has On Humans

The blame to the damage caused to the environment has to be solely on humans. If it wasn’t for the humans, there will be no environmental pollution at all. However, we are all to blame for this mess and the damage that we have created. We can all contributed towards environmental pollution even in a little. The damage we cause to the environment will reflect back on us. It is the time that we make a difference. There are many ways that humans destroy the nature. Killing animals and using animal parts to create products, deforestation, release of harmful chemicals in to the nature and the list goes on and on. Even though humans are very excited about destroying the planet, they rarely contribute towards saving the planet. It is up to us to make that ‘little’ in to a force which will make a difference to save our mother nature.

Harmful amounts of UV rays in sunlight

The ozone layer prevents the entry of UV rays in to the surface of the earth but with the release of harmful gases in to the atmosphere. The ozone layer has depleted. The depletion of the ozone layer is a result of the gases which contains chlorine and bromine. Sunlight can be healthy in little amount because it provides vitamin D in our bodies but with the increased amounts of UV rays in sunlight, it can be harmful. To provide safety from these harmful UV rays in to your house, you can use shade covers tweed heads which cuts out the UV rays.

Natural disasters

It is a little known fact that some of the natural disasters are caused due to the action of humans. Landslides are caused due to disforestation and the mangroves growing in the beaches can minimize the actions of tsunami waves but these mangroves are getting destroyed due to human activities. We should all get to know what we are responsible of and do our best to reverse things that we have done to the nature that is why you need to make sure your home is secure.

Reduction of clean air to breath

With the increased release of harmful gases and carbons in to the atmosphere by factories and vehicles, the quality of the air that we breathe in has decreased significantly. The air that we breathe in are making us weaker day by day and the only people who can reverse these effects are humans. Planting more and more trees will help because the trees absorb carbon dioxide in the air and gives out fresh oxygen. Plants thereby, increases the quality of the air that we breathe in.