The developing cities saw a rapid growth and this urbanization brought with it a web of difficulties and we seem to be stuck in them.
Noise Pollution: Urban areas are one of the noisiest ones. However, human activity is reflected in the quality of water resources.
Ecological and sociological footprints of cities have expanded over increasingly large areas and created urban - rural continuum of communities, who share similar aspects of individual lifestyles. Consequently, the natural environment in rural areas is damaged and people can no longer enjoy the fresh air as they breathed two decades ago.
Use less loudspeakers: The minimum use of loud speakers can reduce the noise pollution a lot. It is a by - product of human activities that directly or indirectly responsible of the changes in the environment. The reports estimate that the monument would be destroyed in twenty years because of the harmful effluents from the refinery's emissions.
Noise is also a special form of pollution, which burdens the urban population. The soil is heavily polluted by hazardous materials and micro-organisms that enter the food chain or water and create many health problems.
In India, water sources are found in ponds and river lakes have been polluted and are unfit for consumption. Our activities have depleted our natural resources and our natural habitat.
It can have effects on us at many levels like, it pollutes our environment, it degrades our ecosystem and most importantly it causes many harmful effects on our physical health.