Whenever we think about what the future holds, our minds often stray to the condition the world will be in some years from now. Countless movies based on the idea that the world has turned inhabitable and the humans have to look elsewhere to survive, aren’t really that fetched when we look at the condition of our environment. The Amazon fires, stray plastic bags, oil spills, the extinction of many wildlife species, and the toxic smog are catching up with us. That is why it is important to think about our environment, which is still inhabitable.
The subject of detrimental environmental change has received much attention in the news media for some time. Scientists, policy makers, and the public have become increasingly concerned about the threat that such change, if it continues unabated, it will destroy life on this planet. Growing numbers of scientists from a variety of disciplines have been systematically studying specific aspects of this change and attempting to identify effective strategies for preventing or mitigating potentially catastrophic effects.
Smog levels in Pakistan are increasing day by day.
Smog and poor air quality is a critical ecological issue, especially for enormous metropolitan urban cities. Smog and ground level ozone can contribute to respiratory problems ranging from temporary discomfort to long-lasting, permanent lung damage. Poisons adding to exhaust cloud originate from an assortment of sources, including vehicle exhaust fumes, smokestack discharges, paints, and solvents.
Countless factories in Pakistan discharge toxic smoke everyday into the environment without any fear of persecution by the authorities. It is common to notice factories emitting these fumes in the dead of night when there aren’t many people walking about to notice what really goes on. This paired with the countless vehicles without catalytic converters that discharge poisonous smoke into the environment has caused a rapid increase smog reaching dangerous levels.
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17 November, 2019