Increased pollution of the environment. You might think that coal, industry, agriculture, plastics, wastewater, and food additives are the most polluting. There is no doubt that these factors inevitably pollute the environment. But the biggest polluter is kerosene. On the one hand, aircraft fly at the highest altitude in the air and pollute the highest atmosphere.
This weakens the ozone layer and increases the risk of ozone depletion. But there are areas of the world where there is no carbon in the atmosphere and that is Bhutan. Diesel and gasoline are banned in the South American country of Costa Rica. They govern their lives with the energy of the sun and wind. Coal pollution is most widespread in China, and industrial pollution is even more widespread in the United States than in the rest of the world. One example of how much diesel is damaging the world’s environment is enough.
17,000 trains run daily in Mumbai. For all these reasons, the world’s temperature is rising. The Antarctic and Arctic icebergs are starting to melt, causing sea levels to rise. Along with the advancement of science and technology. Pollution is increasing.
In 1906, Leutalshtai, a well-known Russian intellectual and founder of the communist system in Russia, stated that “people cannot be equal without stopping the scientific and technological progress of the world”. Millions of people have died and millions have been infected, but none of the world’s ten oldest people have been infected with the coronavirus. A National Geographic study looked at the blood of 100 of 45 million people living in the wild but found no fatal disease in anyone’s blood.
The search for minerals and the factors that a person goes through to make them work leads not only to environmental destruction but also to disease involvement. Wherever gold is mined, refined, and refined, it spreads deadly disease throughout the world. Cyanide and mercury are used to purify gold, which is toxic. This mercury and cyanide dissolve in water and enter the fish’s stomach. When a person eats these fish, they are infected with a dangerous disease.
Pollution from where heating oil is extracted spreads 8 types of disease. This includes breathing, mixing blood. When a multinational company builds a road in the South American state of Bolivia that can achieve its gold mining goal, the local population becomes infected with smallpox more often. People had never even heard of measles. Most of it is blown into the ear, causing radiation, itching, and respiratory ailments in the area, as well as accumulation of water in the lungs.
Now look at the crown virus, all the deaths happen in the cities. No one was killed in the village. There are no planes, trains, cars, factories, factories, factories in the village, the people there don’t have these facilities, but they are safe from deadly diseases and polluted environment. The progress of science and technology must be stopped and the world turned into a forest to stop pollution.
Increased pollution of the environment
In the far west of South America, there is a country called Suri Nam where 30% of the population is Indian and 97% is a jungle. But because of the demand for gold and mining, people have fallen into various deadly diseases and turned this paradise land into hell. Currently, 70% of the population here lives in poverty. The United Nations has decided that at least 25% of a country’s total area should be forested. Europe and South America have 30 to 97% forest area.
20% in India, 16% in Bangladesh, and 2.5% in Pakistan. There are two other examples of environmental improvement. One is Cuba and the other is the province of Mizoram in India, which does not use chemical fertilizers. Local fertilizer used. As a result, cancer, hepatitis, AIDS, and other deadly diseases disappeared here. Pakistan is said to be a place where trees grow in barren lands. We are lucky that such a tree in Pakistan grows and grows without water which cannot be found anywhere else. For example cakes and neem etc. Cactus, neem, coconut, castor, ghee, soybean, palm oil, and olive trees can be grown from Karachi to Hyderabad and from Baldia City to Quetta.
India makes billions of rupees by exporting castor oil, ghee, and pregelatinized powder, but we have the irony that the cactus bushes are cut down. Before it rains, the seeds of many trees can be sprayed by helicopter to turn the soil into a forest. Of course, the cannabis bush can be seen here in Punjab. If we grow it regularly and export it as medicine, oxygen and income will increase. Everyone needs 7 trees.
If there are 20 million people in Karachi, then 140 million trees are needed. According to a scientific study, neem trees emit most of the oxygen, and coconut trees absorb air pollution. The healthiest trees in Pakistan are semi-arid and do not need water. Millions of coconut trees can be planted from Karachi to Balochistan.
It will increase their income
The atmosphere will also improve. Coconut oil is currently a major contributor to Sri Lanka’s income. We can export coconut oil in the same way, but because our system is capitalist, everything that is done here is for profit, not for the benefit of the people. It is therefore necessary to abolish the feudal system prevailing in Pakistan and to distribute land among landless peasants and fill it with forests and agriculture. Then it turns green. The disease will disappear, hunger, poverty, and malnutrition will disappear. This is only possible by creating a classless system and establishing voluntary action by the people, not state administration.
According to a new study by researchers from Sweden, Norway and Germany published July 2 in Science, today’s global plastic emissions could have an effect we cannot reverse. According to the authors, plastic pollution is a global threat, and action to drastically reduce plastic emissions to the environment is a “rational policy response”.
Plastic can be found all over the planet: from deserts and mountain peaks to the deep oceans and polar snow. In 2016, estimates of global plastic emissions in the world’s lakes, rivers, and oceans ranged from 9 to 23 million tonnes per year, with the same amount being shed on land every year. This estimate is expected to double by almost 2025 if the usual scenario is applied.
“Plastic has taken root in our society and is in the environment everywhere, even in countries with good waste management infrastructure,” said Matthew McLeod, professor at Stockholm University and lead author of the study. He said emissions are increasing, although awareness of plastic pollution has increased significantly among scientists and the general public in recent years.
This difference surprised Mine Tekman, Ph.D. Candidate at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany and co-author of the study, because plastic pollution is not only an environmental problem, it is a “political and economic” problem. He believes that the solutions currently offered, such as recycling and cleaning technologies, are not sufficient and that we need to address the underlying problems.
“The world is promoting technological solutions to recycle and remove plastic from the environment. As consumers, we believe that if we segregate plastic waste properly, everything will magically be recycled. Plastic recycling technology has many limitations and countries with good infrastructure exporting their emission reductions require drastic measures, such as limiting the production of raw plastics to add value to recycled plastics and banning the export of plastic waste unless otherwise. the percentage of recycled plastic, the better recycling,” said Tekman.
Weak reversible pollutants in remote areas of the environment
Plastic accumulates in the environment when the amount released exceeds the amount removed by cleanup initiatives and natural environmental processes, which occurs through a multi-stage process known as an atmospheric influence.
“Plastic weathering occurs through many different processes, and we understand it very well. But weathering continues to change the polluting properties of plastics, which opens new doors for further questions,” said Hans Peter Arp, a researcher at the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) and professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), who is also a co-author. this study. “Decomposition is very slow and can’t stop the buildup effectively so exposure to weathered plastic will only increase,” says Arp. Therefore, plastic is a “low reversible pollutant”, both because of its continuous emission and because of its environmental sustainability.
Independence Day and other holiday fireworks can increase air pollution, according to a new study. A study by environmental health researchers at the University of California found that “very high particulate” air pollution skyrockets during the holiday season between late June and early July. Scientists have used more than 750 air quality sensors, part of the California state’s PurpleAir network, to study the relationship between fireworks and environmental health.
According to a recent study in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, dust was most prominent in the Southern California area, where fire regulations are less stringent than in the northern part of the state.”Lately, you may have seen discussions on social media about people worrying about their pets at night when the sky is full of fireworks exploding, but we’ve found that human well-being is really at risk,” said the colleague’s writer Jun Wu. Jun, UC Irvine Professor of Public Health.
“And as with many other environmental justice issues, we found the worst effects among residents of low-income communities.”Fireworks can emit fine particles with a diameter of fewer than 2.5 microns which can cause health problems if inhaled.
In addition, fireworks get different colors from compounds containing barium, copper, magnesium, potassium, and strontium. When rockets are sprayed into the sky, they release these chemicals, chasing redox metals and water-soluble ions that must have fallen on those below.
The researchers found that of all 58 California counties, Los Angeles County had the highest daily PM2.5 levels around July 4 in 2019 and 2020. They believe this is the result of more people firing their own missiles in the neighborhoods they live in, as well as the nature of LA’s topography, which has long been known to encourage air pollution.
In addition, PM2.5 concentrations were on average 50% higher on July 4 and 5, 2020 than in 2019, which the researchers say may be due to the increased use of fireworks at the household level during the pandemic blockade.” This work underscores the important role that policymakers and law enforcement can play in reducing air pollution from fireworks and protecting public health,”.
“Since there are so many different restrictions and regulations on fireworks in our country, it’s clear that a more coordinated approach will help people breathe easier when they’re partying.”