“Social
Care”
“AUH, B.Tech MAE, 4th. Semester, Sec – A”
Initiative By:
Tanu kukreja
Group Members(“Social care”)
• Chetan Sharma( Group Coordinator).
• Ashish Kumar
• Arpan Makhija
Team members picture gallery
Creator: pavleen singh bali & team.
Social Care Page on face book
Some work of social care in social awakening
Issues highlighted
• Environmental Issues.
• Political Issues( Scams, Corruption etc.)
• Miscellaneous Issues of India ( P...
is the sum of the total of the elements,
factors and conditions in the surroundings
which may have an impact on
the develo...
Humans have had the ability to change their
environment for thousands of years. Today this
ability is greater than ever. T...
Any undesirable change in physical , chemical or
biological characteristics of air , land , water or
soil, that is likely ...
Air pollution is actually harmful substances in the
atmosphere, which damages the environment.
With the development of ind...
h
Polluted air contains one, or more, hazardous
substance, pollutant, or contaminant that
creates a hazard to general heal...
The key Health Problems
caused by Air Pollution
Asthma Cancer Respiratory problems Heart disease
Birth defects Intellectua...
Water pollution is the contamination
of water bodies
(e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, groundwater).
Water pollution occurs whe...
of Water Pollution
Infectious diseases such as typhoid and cholera can be
contracted from drinking contaminated water. Thi...
Hepatitis Kidney Damage Nerve Disorders Skin Lesions
Diarrhea Vomiting Typhoid Diphtheria
The key Health Problems
Caused b...
•Land Pollutionis the degradation of Earth's land
surfaces often caused by human activities and their misuse of
land resou...
Over a long period of time, landfills start to emit landfill gases.
Landfill gas is produced due to the anaerobic conditio...
The key Health Problems Caused by
Land Pollution
Since direct impacts of land pollution are air pollution and water
pollut...
Environmental Pollution
a major concern
Abating pollution is an exceptionally important
concern because of pollutions’ har...
Students may also share the responsibility
Lots of people are still unaware of the detrimental effects of pollution.
Stude...
Share the Responsibility
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  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
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  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
  • Impact of environment pollution on human health
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    1. 1. “Social Care” “AUH, B.Tech MAE, 4th. Semester, Sec – A” Initiative By: Tanu kukreja
    2. 2. Group Members(“Social care”) • Chetan Sharma( Group Coordinator). • Ashish Kumar • Arpan Makhija
    3. 3. Team members picture gallery
    4. 4. Creator: pavleen singh bali & team. Social Care Page on face book
    5. 5. Some work of social care in social awakening
    6. 6. Issues highlighted • Environmental Issues. • Political Issues( Scams, Corruption etc.) • Miscellaneous Issues of India ( Poverty, Hunger, Clothing, Health Conditions, Electricity, Energy Crisis, Education, Sanitation Unemployment, Social Issues etc. )
    7. 7. is the sum of the total of the elements, factors and conditions in the surroundings which may have an impact on the development, action or survival of an organism or group of organisms, such as, we human beings.
    8. 8. Humans have had the ability to change their environment for thousands of years. Today this ability is greater than ever. This is because there are more people living now than ever before and human activity is concentrated in huge cities. Also, science and technology allow us to interfere with natural processes in more direct ways. Environmental pollution threatens human health. EnvironmentHumans and
    9. 9. Any undesirable change in physical , chemical or biological characteristics of air , land , water or soil, that is likely to have an adverse effect on the natural environment or life, is termed as environment pollution. The three major types of pollutions are:  Air Pollution  Water Pollution  Land (soil) Pollution Environmental Pollution
    10. 10. Air pollution is actually harmful substances in the atmosphere, which damages the environment. With the development of industries, came along the increase in air pollution. Air Pollution
    11. 11. h Polluted air contains one, or more, hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant that creates a hazard to general health. It is usually measured in terms of "particulate matter", or, the number of particles of these potentially hazardous substances as a percentage of air. Air pollution in cities causes a shorter lifespan for city dwellers. Impact of Air Pollution on Human Health
    12. 12. The key Health Problems caused by Air Pollution Asthma Cancer Respiratory problems Heart disease Birth defects Intellectual disorders Tuberculosis Immune system damage
    13. 13. Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are discharged directly or indirectly into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. Water Pollution
    14. 14. of Water Pollution Infectious diseases such as typhoid and cholera can be contracted from drinking contaminated water. This is called microbial water pollution. The human heart and kidney heart s can be adversely affected if polluted water is consumed regularly. Other health problems associated with polluted water are poor blood circulation, skin lesions, vomiting, and damage to the nervous system. In fact, the effects of water pollution are said to be the leading cause of death for humans across the globe. Impact
    15. 15. Hepatitis Kidney Damage Nerve Disorders Skin Lesions Diarrhea Vomiting Typhoid Diphtheria The key Health Problems Caused by Water Pollution
    16. 16. •Land Pollutionis the degradation of Earth's land surfaces often caused by human activities and their misuse of land resources. It occurs when waste is not disposed properly. Health hazard disposal of urban and industrial wastes, exploitation of minerals, and improper use of soil by inadequate agricultural practices are a few factors.
    17. 17. Over a long period of time, landfills start to emit landfill gases. Landfill gas is produced due to the anaerobic conditions that organic wastes decomposed in. Most waste buried in landfills give rise to hazardous and toxic liquids known as leachates. These leachates contaminate water sources, like the ground water below the landfills, leading to water pollution. Besides the points mentioned above, it is also important to note that these over-crowded dumps, contaminated sites and careless disposal of waste also contributes to air and water pollution, as well as, acid rain. Impact of Land Pollution
    18. 18. The key Health Problems Caused by Land Pollution Since direct impacts of land pollution are air pollution and water pollution, the key health problems caused by land pollution are same as those of air pollution and water pollution and the additions are increased human injuries, from syringes, broken glass and cans washing onto river banks and beaches.
    19. 19. Environmental Pollution a major concern Abating pollution is an exceptionally important concern because of pollutions’ harmful effects on the person’s health, on climate and on the environment. Everybody is a stakeholder as we are all inhabitants of this one and only mother earth. Everyone should therefore be personally responsible for the upkeep of the environment through cooperation and active participation in making the atmosphere pollution free.
    20. 20. Students may also share the responsibility Lots of people are still unaware of the detrimental effects of pollution. Students can also help controlling pollution by informing and educating people about pollution, in different ways. Some are like these:
    21. 21. Share the Responsibility
    22. 22. Share the Responsibility
    23. 23. Share the Responsibility
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