Environmental Pollution Essay

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"Plans to protect air and water, wilderness and wildlife are in fact plans to protect man."
Environmental protection means that to protect this world from those hazards which are fatal for all living things. These hazards are mainly related to the ever increasing level of pollution on earth. They posit danger for us and for our coming generations as well. There is dire need to protect human, wild life and aquatic life. Apart from this all, there is need to protect natural resources. Countless factors are responsible for leading to such a situation.
“What's the use of a fine house if you haven't got a tolerable planet to put it on?”
Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the natural
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"The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.
An ecosystems approach to resource management and environmental protection aims to consider the complex interrelationships of an entire ecosystem in decision making rather than simply responding to specific issues and challenges. Ideally the decision-making processes under such an approach would be a collaborative approach to planning and decision making that involves a broad range of stakeholders across all relevant governmental departments, as well as representatives of industry, environmental groups and community. This approach ideally supports a better exchange of information, development of conflict-resolution strategies and improved regional conservation.
There are several Commonwealth protected lands due to partnerships with traditional native owners, extraordinary biodiversity, or managed cooperatively due to cross-state location, such as the National parks.
“Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.
Let us take an example of Australia, at a state level, the bulk of environmental protection issues are left to the responsibility of the state or territory. Each state in Australia has its own environmental protection legislation and corresponding agencies. Their jurisdiction is similar and covers point-source pollution, such as from industry or commercial activities, land/water use,

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