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Environmental Pollution in the Philippines
Transcript of Environmental Pollution in the Philippines
Philippines Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Use non-toxic cleaning materials
Avoid using pesticides and fertilizers that can run off into water systems
Don’t throw trash or chemicals into sewer drains
Avoid products that come in aerosol spray cans Solutions: Causes of
Environmental Pollution: Climate Change
Corrosive and Soiling Effects
Damage of our Flora and Fauna
Diseases and Illness (Allergies, Lung Cancer, Asthma) Effects of
Environmental Pollution: Land Pollution
- is pollution of the Earth’s natural land surface by industrial, commercial, domestic and agricultural activities.
(Sources: Factories, Human Sewage, Mining)
- is the accumulation of hazardous substances into the atmosphere that danger human life and other living matter.
(Sources: Automobile emissions, Aerosol spray, Power plants)
Water Pollution- is the introduction of chemical, biological and physical matter into large bodies of water that degrade the quality of life that lives in it and consumes it.
(Sources: Oil Spill, Household Chemicals) Types of Pollution: Statistical Data of Environmental
Pollution in the Philippines: Title: Climate Change in the Philippines Video Clip about
Environmental Pollution: Pollution is the introduction
of a contaminant into the environment. Industries for various human needs - directly and indirectly
Transport for mobility of human beings
Burning of fuel that directly releases hazardous chemicals into the air.
Direct incorporation of hazardous pollutants. References: (n.d.). Retrieved May 03, 2013, from Preserve Article: http://www.preservearticles.com/201101072787/adverse-effects-of-pollution-on-our-environment.html
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