The Importance Of Air Pollution In The Philippines

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Air Pollution is considered as one of the major contributing factors of the degradation of Mother Earth, and for the Philippines every waking day of a person’s life the matter of ‘gas’ is a part of it. According to an article Source of Air pollution "By inhaling a large amount of air pollution in one’s body system, it can cause serious diseases and in worst case scenarios can lead to death" (2013, par. 1). Having a tainted air that every living organisms, including the humans that are breathing. Air pollution, therefore creates a risk to the health and well being of the youth of Filipinos whether it is for short or long term illness. Although pollution are consist of water, air, soil, noise, and light these types of pollution all lead to environmental …show more content…
Creating unnecessary noise and light are creating pollution, also trashing the soil that can lead to acid rain. Moreover, preventing this phenomenon is hard because the Philippines, especially earth in totality is far from recovering its true form. Air pollution out of the five listed above of environmental pollution is the biggest contributing factor to the pollution of mother earth. Thus, reducing air pollution is tough since smoke has been a factor in numerous Filipino activities but we all can agree that the highest percentage of bad air pollution is coming from big to small factories in the Philippines. Air pollution continues to affect the health of the Filipino's and should be prevented through the closing of factories that are contributing to pollution in the Philippines. Pollution moreover, will continue to harm the environment, especially its ozone layer because of reckless doings and impulsive decisions of the Filipino people. In the end, pollution has been around even the before of time, but as the days go by pollution continues to evolve therefore becoming worst than …show more content…
To save the Philippines from air pollution, Filipinos must be educated and must be knowledgeable or at least to be aware of this phenomenon. According to R. “Air pollution is created by activities made by humans and these different activities has a negative impact on our ecosystem” (n.d, par. 1). Air pollution came from various of places, reasons, and things. Filipinos did not even know that they are omitting pollution to their environment. One example is blasting tons and tons of big or small factories that can produce bad smoke and this smoke creates an air

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