Pollution has been known to cause allergies, disease, damage to crops, and in extreme cases, even death. According to the research of WHO, seven million people around the world died because of the air contamination effects in The survival of human beings and animals greatly depend on the combination of gasses in the atmosphere; slight disruption of this composition can cause devastating effects on their existence.
What about the pollution that takes place inside our own homes? Our geography and air pollution policies are such that it is not a major health risk here as it is in some other developing countries.
Air pollution directly accelerates the rate at which global warming happens by depleting the Ozone layer. The current study, nevertheless, develops the research stating that even small amounts of air pollution contribute to premature birth. In general, any substance released into the environment and having an adverse effect, is an air pollution.
As the Ozone depletes, the rate of global warming increases. Then there are the effects on the planet and its atmosphere. Harmful and toxic gases emitted by the industries and motor vehicles causing huge damage to the living organisms whether plants, animals or human beings.
We might think that pollution is not really a problem in the world but it is one major problem and some countries are suffering from it now. Even nuclear is leaps and bounds better than traditional fossil fuel plants when it comes to air pollution.