Sustainable developments are about finding better ways of doing things, both for the Present and the future.

In simple term, Sustainable development is the idea that human societies must live and meet their needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

World Today!

The world is changing and so is India. Urbanization and Modernization have brought Challenges to our Environment and the effects of which are felt in the form of Climate Change & all living things sufferings throughout the World. The worst side effects of modernisation are generation of unlimited Soil, water & Air Pollution, which has become the biggest killer of living things on earth.

The entire planet earth is facing environmental challenges due to pollution in Soil, climate, water and air.

The problem is exacerbating in urban areas due to rapid strides in population growth, coupled with an economic boom that encourages the consumption of goods and, hence, wastes generation. As per Census 2011, the urban population accounts for 31.16 percent of the total Indian population. It has also increased environmental problems linked with unsustainable transport, housing, waste, energy, and land use management. Exposure to urban pollution (in air, water, and soil) has been associated with growing disease incidence.

Today every Government is forced to spend a big chunk of their budget towards control of pollution. Despite such heavy expenditure, the present level of service in many areas is so low that there is a threat to the public health in particular and the environmental quality in general.

Watch out for these three major global threats, if we want our planet to remain supportive habitat for our kids and other species.

  • LAND / SOIL
  • WATER
  • AIR
LAND / SOIL

The most daunting issues facing the world are the mounting waste problem and land pollution, which impairs public health, pollutes the environment and threatens to drown some poor countries in toxicity.

Disposal of waste into landfill can cause leaching of contaminants into soil and water. It also leads to the emissions of toxic gases in the environment. Waste management has become a necessity now. Recycling, reducing and reusing of waste can not only help the environment but helps you save your hard earned money.

Waste is not only an environmental problem but also an economic loss, so it’s better to produce less waste or to convert the waste into resources by recycling or reusing it.

The waste is normally disposed without proper treatment in open dumps, resulting in widespread environmental pollution and degradation.

Solid wastes cause a major risk to public health and the environment. Therefore, solid waste management become very important in order to minimize the adverse effects of solid wastes.

WATER

According to the latest report released by the World Resource Institute (WRI), Entire world is facing a severe water crisis. An adequate supply of safe drinking water is one of the major prerequisites for a healthy life, but unfortunately water is still a major cause of death in many parts of the world, particularly in children, due to contamination.

Drinking water is derived from rivers, reservoirs, and groundwater. All water contains natural contaminants, particularly inorganic contaminants that arise from the geological strata through which the water flows and, mostly anthropogenic pollution by both micro organisms and chemicals, which means groundwater, is less vulnerable to pollution than surface waters.

The main water pollutants include bacteria, viruses, parasites, fertilisers, pesticides, pharmaceutical products, nitrates, phosphates, plastics, faecal waste and even radioactive substances. These substances do not always change the colour of the water, meaning that they are often invisible pollutants.

AIR

Air pollution is becoming increasingly critical problems, particularly in densely populated cities. It impacts every aspect of our environment including both humans and animals alike. There are a number of health problems seen due to air and water pollution in urban areas.

Vehicle exhaust emission in transportation activities is one of air pollution causes. The increasing number of motor vehicles, lack of space availability on roads, and road side activities can cause congestion. One of the negative effects of traffic congestion is air pollution. Motorist vehicle exhaust emissions using fossil fuel oil are the main causes of air pollution.

Pollutants released by motorist vehicles include carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxide (NOx) in the form of nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), hydrocarbons (HC), sulphur oxides (SOX) in forms of sulphur dioxide (SO2) and sulphur trioxide (SO3), and particulate matter (PM10).

Pollutants caused by emissions of these vehicles are harmful pollutants and can have a negative impact on human health if exposed continuously and in the long term. Unfortunately, there's now too much carbon in the air.

Burning of fossil fuels, deforestation for agriculture, and industrial activities has pushed up atmospheric CO2 concentrations from 280 parts per million (ppm) 200 years ago, to about 400 ppm today. That's an unprecedented rise, in both size and speed. Carbon overloading is only one form of air pollution caused by burning coal, oil, gas and wood.

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