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Identify any five environmental problems in your community and describe one of them in short.

a. introduction

i. background

ii. objectives of study

b. analysis and description with figure and

examples

c. summary and suggestion

Five environmental Problems of my society are:
1. Air pollution
2. Water pollution.
3. Waste production
4. Loss of Biodiversity
5. Food Supply

➢ Air pollution

➢ INTRODUCTION
I:Background
Air pollution world wide to human health and the natural environment. .Air pollution may be described as contamination of the atmosphere by gaseous, liquid, or solid wastes or by-products that can endanger human health and welfare of plants and animals, attack materials, reduce visibility or produce undesirable odors. Although some pollutants are released by natural sources like volcanoes, coniferous forests, and hot springs, the effect of this pollution is very small when compared to that caused by emissions from industrial sources, power and heat generation, waste disposal, and the operation of internal combustion engines. Fuel combustion is the largest contributor to air pollutant emissions, caused by man, with stationary and mobile sources equally responsible. The air pollution problem is encountered  outdoor as well as indoor.

Air pollution is the introduction into the atmosphere of chemicals, particulate matter, or biological materials that cause discomfort, disease, or death to humans, damage other living organisms such as food crops, or damage the natural environment or built environment. The atmosphere is a complex dynamic natural gaseous system that is essential to support life on planet earth. Stratospheric ozone depletion due to air pollution has long been recognized as a threat to human health as well as to the Earth's ecosystems. Air pollution started very early in Earth's history. As primitive life stared producing oxygen, anaerobic life saw this as pollution and died off. As time passed volcanoes, forest fires, CO2 emissions from vents - all polluted the atmosphere When man arrived we added an even greater variety of pollutants. When the first cave person started a fire in his cave, and found that the smoke had to be sent somewhere, and fresh air had to be drawn in.

➢ OBJECTIVES OF STUDY

1) To know the present environmental condition of my community.

2) To find out the root cause of the pollution in my environment.

3) To make people aware towards the environment.

➢ IMPORTANCE OF STUDY

i. It is important to know the present issues about environment of the community.

It helps to find out root cause of the community.

It helps to aware people about environmental degradation.

It helps to solve the problems of the community.

It helps to make community clean n green.

It helps to balance the ecosystem.

It helps to prevent the nature.

➢ ANALYSIS AND DESCRIPTION
WITH FIGURES

All planets have sunlight. However, among all these planets, the planet Earth is the only one that has water and air. Without water and air, surely the Earth is not able to...
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