Pollution is the biggest enemy of coming generation
The problem of pollution today is one of the most serious problems facing human society. In the past few decades, the rapidly growing pollution has started questioning the existence of life in the future. All the countries of the world are concerned about the losses incurred by it. Scientists from all over the world are publishing reports related to pollution in the day and warn us about the danger ahead.
Until a few decades ago, no pollution was taken seriously. It was normal for humans to get resources from nature. At that time very few people could think that indiscriminate use of resources could also bring harm. Whatever nature we take, nature produces such resources again. It seemed as if the stock of nature is unlimited, it will never end. But as the population started to grow, the exploitation of natural resources increased. Forests were cut, the land was dug for ores. The machines made this work even faster. The impact of the industrial revolution began to appear on the environment. The jungle started Instead of big buildings, yesterday-factory started to open. This caused the problem of pollution on our head.
Due to pollution today the air of the cities has become so corrupted that it is difficult for humans to breathe. The smoke coming out of cars and factories is poisoning the air. This is increasingly increasing air pollution. In the country's capital Delhi, pollution has crossed the danger mark. Trash from factories is shed in rivers and nallahs. Due to this due to water pollution, it is difficult for people to get drinking water now. The chemical fertilizers used in the field as fertilizer have started making the field barren. The problem of land pollution has also become serious. Pollution is increasing in this way, but the deforestation required for removal of pollution is decreasing day by day.
The temperature of the earth is increasing due to pollution. There are many holes in the ozone layer. Animals and animals are dying in rivers and oceans. The weather in many countries is changing. Sometimes there is uneven rain and there is no rain at all. This is causing huge damage to the farming. The snow of poles is melting, the country and the cities, which are at sea along the sea, have increased their risk of drowning. Himalayan glaciers are melting This has led to the possibility of extinction of rivers like Ganges, Yamuna and Brahmaputra.
In such a critical time, it has become necessary that all the countries of the world together to curb this problem of pollution. Nature can not be destroyed for industries. When life is endangered, then what will be the benefits of life-making industries. More recently (December 12, 2015), the world's 196 countries were assembled in Paris, France's capital to control pollution. Together they have decided that the temperature of the earth will not be allowed to grow more than two degrees by the current temperature. This is a step in the right direction, on the right. If this was actually implemented then the Paris session would prove to be a golden ray of hope for mankind. We hope that we will take the right steps to protect the environment and save the next generation from the adverse effects of pollution.
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