The pit is very wet where I work, and the water comes over our clog-tops, always, and I have seen it up to my thighs; it rains at the roof terribly.There is water in the pit but we don’t sup it.”(Reading 5) .( Reading 16) Cholera as well as Typhoid are caused by contaminated or infected water being spread through the drinking sources and into bodies.Other health problems, unrelated to pollution are the height of the workers, who sit on the machines all day in unnatural positions, are lowered, their limbs are smaller, and their legs are bowing causing physical deformities.In Great Britain an out Break of Cholera in 1831-1832 killed about 7,000 people, and another in 1848-49 killed 15,000, during the Industrial Revolution cholera alone k...
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Water Pollution .However, wrong connections are transferring polluted water into surface water systems.(New Scientist) The strategy led to the formation of Quality Expert Group in August 2001 in a further attempt to tackle air pollution by examining sources and levels of pollution.Air pollution can exacerbate problems in asthmatics.Urbanisation has drastically altered water sources, mainly through sewage, but also input of infectious agents, organic chemicals, thermal pollution and other chemical substances.
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Diseases and infection that can cause by the algae’s toxin are sore throats, gastro-enteritis and skin or eye-infections (Department Of The Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water, 2010, internet).Meanwhile, the consequence of ice melting at Arctic has increased the sea water levels.For instance, large amount of blue-green algae devastate the nature of the universal solvent and threaten the public health by releasing toxins into the water.According to the evidence gathered by Shepherd and his team, they found that the sea water level has increased by 2.6% which has the same volume with 49 microns per year spread across the oceans from over the world due to the distinct value between the density and temperature of ice and sea water ...
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The Water frame was a large wheel and it was turned by running water.3.2.1 Pollution .Richard Arkwrightâ€™s water frame was a successful inventor.But it had also brought about some problems in the ecological system of earth (Oracle).The Miserable working condition and the different kinds of pollution affected the peopleâ€™s health (Foster, 1979).
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the main problem is people consider the water when it is being polluted that it is spoiled by anthropogenic which is effected by human activity or does not contain the support of human use, we have other sources that cause to water pollution like storms, volcanoes and earthquakes these phenomena changes the quality and the ecological status of the water.According to K. Abraham, “The difficulty of water problem is using and sharing an equal amount of the water; this amount is highlighted by a lot of agreement such as 1902 Anglo- Ethiopia agreement and the water agreement between Egypt and Sudan without Ethiopia in 1929 and 1959 and Ethiopia did not find an available amount of water to use.Egypt faces water crisis mainly water pollution, w...
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Oxfam is possibly the most well known charity that helps poor countries, Oxfam however mainly helps such countries as India and Africa.Man’s Effect on the Environment 1) SOURCES OF POLLUTION Freshwater Environments : Man pollutes freshwater all over the world in many ways there is much waste and pollution that ends up in rivers.One major component that effects the water wildlife is the insecticide DDT which damages animal tissue and is dangerous to humans , this can be passed along the foodchain.It can also be used to make such things as perfumes, lacquer and explosives.It is not as efficient as coal as a fuel because it has a high water and ash content.
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Not only was our air and water destroyed during the Industrial Revolution but the landscape of cities were reshaped.The Clean Water Act (CWA) establishes the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the water of the United States and regulating quality standards for surface waters (Summary of the Clean Water Act, 2014).The solution to fix this problem was to start using machines, which was cheaper than items made by hand, which took more time to than it would by a machine.Out of the movement came the “Clean Air Act” of 1970 and the “Clean Water Act” of 1972.From pollution of air and water to the reduction of the ozone layer, after centuries later, we are still finding out the full weight and damage that the industrial...
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Relative humidity affects the rate at which we lose water.The pH of soil and water can have a strong influence on plant and animal communities.However while the development is a reaction to industrial pollution there are many other factors at play, such as genetic variability.Radiation is important to most plants along with CO2 and water for photosynthesis.Environmental pollution leads us then to consider the changes we are making that ultimately influence these conditions termed as global warming.
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But there was no sewerage systems, drainage or a water supply.Another major cause for the growth of urban public health problems was due to the rapid population of Great Britain.The proposed health act stated that housing communities should be provided with a water and sewerage system.The government acted a lot upon a report from Edwin Chadwick who believed the disease was caused by air pollution or known as the ‘Miasma theory’.Such rapid growth posed enormous housing problems for the people living there.
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This paper would like to assert that the issue of pollution and environmental problems in China has a lot of impact on the world and it need to be addressed.As a result more than two million people who live around the canals, rice paddies and chemical plants by the side of the lake can no longer use the water for drinking or cooking.The multifaceted problem of emission has also seen rapid rise water pollution.However its great impact will be on water supply as millions of city dwellers will be left with no water supply.The consequences of pollution are large with an estimated 350,000 to 400, 000 people dying every year from pollution.
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Laissez-faire was a big problem in Britain’s public health, before the outbreaks of cholera and reports on how bad Britain’s public health was, the government did not want to interfere with the people’s lives.The mess was so bad in Britain the government couldn’t clean it all up and stop the public from polluting it again.Most town councils didn’t participate so the government found it difficult to provide clean safe health facilities, the public didn’t accept the help given to them which caused problems and the health board didn’t know for sure what caused the illnesses.They thought the government was being too forceful and bullying.The outbreaks of cholera and the reports proved them wrong and the government finally realized that Brita...
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And if there wasn’t any terrorist the economy, the political, and environment will be stable and prosperous.The Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Community Right to Know Act, these acts require industrial polluters to monitor their pollutant releases, making this data available to the public.Well the easiest way for a solution is for each side to get along but that’s not the case.And that also means that America has to stop backing up Israel But that’s not likely going to happen because Israel is like a baby to America and America doesn’t want its baby to cry to they will give anything to Israel to make it happy that included money, food, guns and missiles.The Safe Drinking Water Act's mandate that consumers be thoroughly inform...
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Even though other problems were solved, the look of the city still remains almost the same.The is pollution everywhere and Manchester just looks like a dead city!All we see is smoke coming from factories, and sewage being thrown into water.Even then, Manchester would become even more populated and would become the wealthiest city in the Great Britain.One of the biggest problems due to the growth of Manchester was increase in pollution, which resulted in bad living conditions.
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Also the injuries were sometimes fatal, or caused the distortion of limbs.In conclusion I believe that the public health had improved a lot since 1800s, in England and other countries too!However there was a few problems, 1st there weren’t enough inspectors(4) to inspect all the factories in Britain, 2nd, of the 4 inspectors many of them could’ve taken bribes from the factory owners and 3rd the fines were not heavy so the factory owners ended up breaking a lot of rules, paying a small fine and then getting a large profit from breaking the rules.There were several common deadly diseases in the 1800s were sicknesses like Cholera, this disease was caused by the pollution of water and the germs in people’s excretion.These different life expe...
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The voids within the soil allow water to penetrate through it, eventually ending up within an aquifer below ground.For instance clay soils deny the passage of moisture, whereas limestone rock welcomes the percolation of water through it, that, along with the bedrocks below the surface soils can have an influence.Coal, oil, water and wood were increasingly used and this introduced the idea of using plots of land to farm resources.Good air quality is an essential part of a healthy environment, large factories tend to be located away from populated areas to prevent air pollution and large chimneys guide the pollution further up into the atmosphere to avoid any fallout to local inhabitants.Recent government planning policy which has allowed ...
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Air pollution depends on neighborhood: for example, people in Manhattan are at the highest risk of developing cancer due to poor air quality.The drinking water consumed by New Yorkers depends on the Catskill Mountains watershed.Mercury and PCBs in water have consequences for wildlife and human health.Despite population growth New York, the city consumes 28% less water in the mid-2000s compared to 1979, thanks to the repair of leaks in the distribution network.New York needs large amounts of water every day: 1.4 billion gallons or 5.3 billion liters.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that in the United States alone, 1.5 trillion gallons of hazardous chemical wastes find their way into the underground water systems each year.“Either we manage to limit the waste of water or by the year 2000 we shall be dying of thirst,” proclaimed the United Nations World Conference on water.There’s a growing belief that this problem will be the next great crisis of the 1980s.” The New York Times reported: “There is wide agreement, however, that the contamination of ground water is by far the most serious and difficult problem affecting the quality of drinking water and now constitutes a subterranean time bomb.” “There’s no doubt we have a time bomb on our hands,” warned a University o...
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Whereas in Britain, they had very little of these diseases.It focus’ on the problems of today that create ill health.This caused rivalry between different countries, and Sir Bartle Frere – British colonial administrator – decided that he and some troops would protect the trade route – so that products and food could go to and from Britain.During world war 2, around 400,000 British soldiers died, and around 90,000 civilians died – caused by the bombs dropped onto Britain.This war began due to the Britain wanting Zulu’s land.
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Sometimes, when an air pollutant, such as sulfuric acid combines with the water droplets that make up clouds, the water droplets become acidic, forming acid rain.Last month, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, based in Paris, warned that “urban air pollution is set to become the top environmental cause of mortality worldwide by 2050, ahead of dirty water and lack of sanitation.” It estimated that up to 3.6 million people could end up dying prematurely from air pollution each year, mostly in China and India.The groups doing the study, the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs, based in Beijing, and the Natural Resources Defense Council, based in Washington, said that “faced with the current situation of seve...
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• Water quality and conservation .• Jal-TARA Water Filter provides safe drinking water by treating pathogenic bacteria and turbidity.• Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India .• Water conservation .• Ten deflouridation filters were provided by the manufacturer and 70 filters have been set up with the initiative of CLEAN members by Rural Water Supply Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
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A DNA analysis showed that the two were in fact related and the Home Office put its stamp of approval on the new technology.He applied his techniques to an immigration case.How did the forensic use of DNA start?started forensic use of DNA.He invented the techniques that took human identification from the laboratory to the courtroom in 1984.
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“The pace of Industrialization accelerated rapidly”.While it may seem to some that Industrialization only impacted Great Britain, it is actually true that industrialization many characteristics and consequences that had a worldwide impact.These two nations have many things in common in regards of the process and impacts of this era.Industrialization had its up’s and down’s such as economic prosperity, jobs, and innovation.In a matter of time, Great Britain was the first to go through the Industrialization phase.
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‘Children living in poor or overcrowded conditions are more likely to have respiratory problems, to be at risk of infections, and have mental health problems.These factors all contributed to the increased levels of disease in the 19th century, these problems are now controlled by provision of public health and environmental services in contemporary Britain.This far from describes the living conditions in the 19th century, however, considerable housing and health problems still exist.Fraser (2009) explains how cholera, water borne disease, created the biggest stare as it affected the ‘middle-classes’ too, although generalised domestic fevers were killing over 50,000 people annually.Despite Government efforts research demonstrates that chi...
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A lot of money is invested into these so-called “green” power plants, which is dreadful when that money could be invested in the struggling wind, wave and solar power facilities in Britain, these are potential power sources and over them the government chooses to hand out money to these corporate tycoons to pollute or air.Incineration is the process where our refuse is burned using a concoction of toxic fumes also a lot of the stuff is ejected into the water we will later go onto drink, as it has been discharged through the sewerage system.If nothing is done Cancer, heart disease, respiratory problems, immune system defects, increased allergies and birth defects will become a huge problem.So next time you go to throw something away….Thin...
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With diseases poisoning the water, factories producing coal air everywhere and no police protection, the poor people didn’t live long.The Industrial Revolution first started in Great Britain during the 18 century.Sewage could come into contact with the water, as people mostly used rivers as their source of drinking water, so the disease spread fast.Another common disease was tuberculosis (TB), which killed one third of all the people who died in Britain, was caused by poor diet and damp homes.Air pollution had a major effect on people’s lungs.
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 Since urbnisation meant everything – society, economy, political structures and public opinion, the most ambitious kind of history could not embrace it because the industrial revolution along with the urbanisation of London – it threw Britain into upheaval and it was not a netely-definable phenomenon. As a result, life in London in the 18th Century in the urban shantytownes was plagued by poverty, pollution, congestion, homelessness and unemployment.The consequences of a large mass of people moving to live around new factories in a relatively short space of time included – housing shortages and squalor, sanitation problems, public health problems and regular utbreaks of disease and exploytation of workers and widespread poverty....
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The case for making all the new construction projects designed around the concepts of sustainable architecture shall also be examined, to discuss whether more environmentally focused building designs will lessen the impact of new construction programmes, as well as reducing long-term pollution.Industrialisationcame at a cost, namely pollution and greater levels of social inequality (Southall, 2000 p. 335) .Reducing the level of pollution and attempting to slow down the consequences of global warming are also factors in the promotion and implementation of sustainable architecture (Kim, Rigdon, & Graves, August 1998 p. 5).In ecological terms such construction was harmful to the environment as more land was built upon and it meant a gr...
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In ecological terms such construction was harmful to the environment as more land was built upon and it meant a greater amount of pollution from traffic emissions, though of course nobody understood such implications at that time.Reducing the level of pollution and attempting to slow down the consequences of global warming are also factors in the promotion and implementation of sustainable architecture (Kim, Rigdon, & Graves, August 1998 p. 5).The development of gas, electricity, and water supplies alongside sewage systems made domestic houses more comfortable to live in and factories more productive due to having greater efficiency (Daniels, Bradshaw, Shaw, & Sidaway, 2005 p.115).Provides good reference material as to how the Br...
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It drives greater awareness of resource use (energy, water, air emissions and waste) with the ultimate goal of reducing our environmental impacts i) To provide customer with both good food and good value, MacDonald consider priorities for food safety, quality and cost–as well as sustainability–when making sourcing decisions.Business are closed for many days due to unviability of electricity, water, telecommunication, transportation etc.Chemical industries are main source of water pollution, they are advised to deactivate their chemicals and proper managements for their waste and build separate place to dispose it.Deforestation, water resource depletion, wildlife degradation are some of them.Due to lack of water resources it generate the ...
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Water pollution has various origins including: .In China air quality does not meet World Health Organization standards in 495 of the country's 500 largest cities; a fifth of arable land is polluted, according to an official figure long hidden by the state, and very probably undervalued; the water quality is also very poor: nearly a third of the rivers surveyed by the Ministry of the Environment contain water considered dangerous for simple contact with the skin.Air pollution is responsible for 6.5 million deaths (heart disease, stroke, lung cancer and chronic lung disease); water pollution would cause the death of 1.8 million people from gastrointestinal diseases and parasitic infections, and pollution in the workplace would shorten the ...
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