Topics: Pollution, Waste, Environmentalism Pages: 3 (1000 words) Published: August 25, 2013

Pollution is nothing but "too much of something at wrong place" and environmental pollution is generally defined as the unfavorable alternations of our surroundings through the various actions of man himself. The undesirable and excessive substances that are released As., the by-products of man's actions, can affect air, water and land and adversely and alter the natural quality of our environment. Substances that are responsible for the alternations of environment are called pollutants and the total chain of actions as "environmental pollution". Hence it is nobody else than man himself is the real cause of environmental pollution. Environmental pollution can be well understood if we study its sources and effects. There are pollutions of air, water, soil, noise and radioactive wastes. In our country Afghanistan we are challenged with every kind of pollution. Pollution is a big problem that is slowly destroying the world that we live in. It is vital for every individual to do what he or she can to clean up the environment. Whether it is in the home or on a government level, every person is important and has the ability to make a difference and help stop pollution. In the city where we Kabul many of our citizens are ill due to polluted air, water and environment. The first step you can take to stop pollution is to not litter. Throw the garbage into a trashcan instead of onto the sidewalk or the side of a road. Carry around a small bag with you and if you see a piece of litter on the ground while you are on a walk, pick it up and toss it out. If you notice that there are not many garbage cans on the street in your town. One of the most prominent pollution which we face in our society is air pollution due to too much vehicles which everyday rove on the Kabul roads. The air which we birth is 90% unhygienic and unsafe for our respiratory system. Air is an important element of our environment that is polluted by smoke of mills, factories, and motor vehicles. Besides,...
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