Environmental issues of Pakistan by By MUHAMMAD FAHAD ANSARI 12 IEEM 14

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Environmental issues of Pakistan by By MUHAMMAD FAHAD ANSARI 12 IEEM 14

  1. 1. Environmental issues of Pakistan Muhammad Fahad Ansari 12IEEM14
  2. 2. Environment• An "environment" is the whole of surrounding things OR• the surroundings of humankind
  3. 3. Environmental issues of Pakistan• A variety of environmental problems now affect our Pakistan. As globalization continues and the earths natural processes transform local problems into international issues.
  4. 4. Environmental issues of Pakistan• Some of the largest problems now affecting the Pakistan are:• Acid Rain• Air Pollution• Global Warming• Hazardous Waster• Ozone Depletion• Smog• Water Pollution• Overpopulation• Rain Forest Destruction
  5. 5. AIR POLLUTIONEvery day, the average person inhales about 20,000 liters of air. Every time we breathe, we risk inhaling dangerous chemicals that have found their way into the air.Air pollution includes all contaminants found in the atmosphere. These dangerous substances can be either in the form of gases or particles.
  6. 6. Air pollution can be found • producing increasing both outdoors and amounts of pollution as indoors. Pollutants can time has progressed, and be trapped inside they now account for the buildings, causing majority of pollutants indoor pollution that released into the air. lasts for a long time.The sources of air pollution are both natural and human-based. As one might expect, humans have been
  7. 7. Fundamental Causes of Air Pollution• Industrialization set in motion the widespread use of fossil fuels which are now the main drivers of pollution as we know it.
  8. 8. • Population growth causes the demand for food and other goods to go up, which is met by expanded production and use of natural resources. This then leads to higher levels of atmospheric pollution.
  9. 9. • Globalization has in a way become a facilitator of air pollution. Big industry takes advantage of lax environmental controls in developing nations and moves its manufacturing facilities to such “pollution havens” from where air pollution travels around the world without any obstacles.
  10. 10. Air Pollution EffectsAtmospheric pollution would be such a bigproblem, its harmful effects on humans, animals, trees and the wider environment.Air pollutants enter the body primarily through the respiratory system which thus becomes their main victim.Each air pollutant exerts their own specific adverse impacts, ranging from mild to really damaging.

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