Are you aware that air pollution is not just detrimental to your physical health but to your mental health as well? Some study conducted shows that being exposed to high levels of air pollution can cause you to also suffer from psychological distress.
Maybe you have heard campaigns on living zero waste lifestyle. First time hearing and reading about it is overwhelming. I don’t think I can follow on that. I find it near to impossible to have zero waste in the world we are living in.
Are you wondering why our weather patterns seem to go crazy? The weather has gone nuts like us. When it’s hot, we complain and ask for rain. When it rains, we complain and wish for warmer weather. We don’t seem to be satisfied. That could be the reason why the heavens got mad.
The trees and the air have been in a sweet-sounding give-and-take relationship since the beginning of time. However, humans make this relationship complicated!
Urbanization has been beneficial to our social and economic growth. We are so focused on material well-being, forgetting its effect on the environment. Studies even confirmed that our daily activities contributed to about 78% of carbon emission in the cities, never realizing we could later suffer the consequences of environmental problems.
Our earth’s atmosphere has changed vastly. Presence of invisible pollutants in the air we breathe has dangerously affected public health. A bunch of people has died from respiratory and related diseases. Many others suffer all their lives.