Journal des effets et du contrôle de la pollution

Journal des effets et du contrôle de la pollution
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ISSN: 2375-4397


Pollution and Health Problems and Their Solutions

Megha Gandhi*

Pollution is defined as any human action that results in the degradation or depreciation of the natural environment's quality. Environmental pollution is a type of ecological hazard caused by humans, which disrupts the ecosystem's ecological equilibrium. Pollution's health impact is likely to be considerably more than can be adequately measured now. Many contaminants have been identified as a result of appropriate data collection and scientific inquiry. Pollution and health 6 problems and 6 solutions. Pollution has a significant effect on human health. Many contaminants have completely unqualified health effects. The poor and disadvantaged are disproportionately affected by pollution. Climate change and biodiversity are inextricably linked to pollution. Pollution is Ignorable. Pollution is an Expensive. 6 solutions to the problems of pollution and health. Make pollution a national and international priority, and incorporate it into national and local planning. Increases financing for pollution control and prioritizes pollution reduction based on health effects. Set up a mechanism to track pollution and its consequences on people's health. Build a multi-sectoral partnership to combat pollution. Incorporate pollution mitigation into non-communicable illness planning processes. Conduct research on the effects of pollution and pollution mitigation.