What Are the Causes of Pollution?


Pollution causes global warming, death and diseases in both plants and animals. Pollution refers to contamination which interferes with the natural balance of nature and makes water and air unfit for human use. Air pollution can cause acid rain which damages plants and harms animals.
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Pollution is predominantly caused by humans activities. Human activities include production of industrial wastes such as sewage, water waste, oil pollution and underground storage leakages. Pollution can also be caused by global warming and atmospheric deposition.
Pollution is the introduction of pollutants into a natural environment which causes instability, harm or discomfort to the ecosystem. There are a wide variety of causes of pollution such as emissions of gases from motor vehicles that lead to air pollution. There is also pollution as result of natural disaster like hurricanes that often lead to water contamination from sewage and petrochemical leaks from split boats or automobiles
The main cause of pollution are motor vehicles. Any contaminate in the air causes pollution though. Even excessive noise if considered pollution. Humans waste and littering is a major form of pollution as well.
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