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10 Lines on Air Pollution

The inception of Industrialization and steep rise in the transportation system has made our Air poisonous. The Air Quality Index is getting down day by day depicting the degradation of Air. Air pollution is last few decades have increased many folds and started affecting normal course of life. There has been an increase in number of diseases caused due to the air pollution.

Ten Lines on Air Pollution in English

Following are the ten important points on Air Pollution and how it is affecting our health:

10 Lines on Air Pollution – 1

  1. Air pollution is caused due to the introduction of harmful gases, toxic elements, allergens etc. in the air.
  2. Air pollution highly affects the quality of air making it dangerous for the human survival.
  3. Industrial, vehicular emissions and volcanic eruptions are few causes of air pollution.
  4. The highly polluted air can also affect the plant and vegetation of the region.
  5. More than 6 million people were killed worldwide due to the air pollution in 2012.
  6. Major cause of air pollution is anthropogenic i.e. man-made activities.
  7. Smog, a type of air pollutant can cause irritation in eyes, throat, damage to lungs and even lead to asthma attacks.
  8. Greenhouse gases emitted from industries and vehicles gave rise to ‘Global Warming’ which is a threat to the earth’s ecosystem.
  9. Reduction of burning fossil fuels, use of electronic vehicles, reforestation etc. can reduce air pollution to a major extent.
  10. Harnessing renewable sources of energy like Solar, Water and Wind energy helps to keep the environment clean and healthy.

10 Lines on Air Pollution – 2

  1. The anthropogenic causes leading to reduction in the quality of air not suitable for human survival can be referred as Air Pollution.
  2. The increasing transportation system and industrial revolution is the prime cause of air pollution.
  3. Volcanic eruptions and wildfires are the natural causes of air pollution.
  4. Major pollutants of air are micro particles, pollen, toxic elements and gases, lead, smog etc.
  5. Many Radioactive rocks around the world release a toxic gas ‘radon’ which causes lung cancer.
  6. Air Quality Index (AQI) is the system used to measure the air pollution of a particular region.
  7. AQI of 0-50 is considered as excellent whereas AQI > 300 is considered as severely polluted.
  8. Detergents, aerosol sprays, paints etc. can cause indoor air pollution in our homes.
  9. Tree plantation and developing of micro forests within city can help fighting air pollution.
  10. Use of bicycles, e- cars, using solar energy in our homes can help reduce air pollution.

Air pollution is not only affecting out health but it has also given rise to a much bigger problem of Global warming which is just an epicenter of threats. The change in the weather conditions, sea level rise, and ocean acidification are just few indirect effects of air pollution. It is our prime responsibility to reduce air pollution because if we can create it then it’s our duty to reduce it also.