Definitely the water we drink is more dangerous than the air we breathe. Water pollution is documented as a contributor to a wide range of human disorders. it also destroys the lives of many aquatic animals. clean drinking can be a normal thing for us but it is like a gift from heaven for a wide range of population in poor countries. water pollution not only spoils our health but it also gives us a nasty and disgusting looks. why do you think we really feel pitty for the people living in slums even though most of them are having basic facilities it is only because of their surroundings, their water availability we feel pity for them. I strongly feel that all of us have the right to enjoy the precious gift of nature and not spoil them .
Air pollution has been linked diseases such as emphysema, as well as heart and lung diseases. Children are especially vulnerable. It also has effects on the bodies of wildlife.
Air pollution has extremely widespread effects; the air reaches every single human being and animal on Earth, whereas water sources vary among regions.
I'll focus on the health risks of air pollution this round.
There are a few types of air pollutants, but the most severe are ozone and particle pollution. Exposure to ozone can cause accelerated aging of the lungs and aggravated lung conditions, such as bronchitis. Particle pollution is made of fine particles of material (such as soot), and is associated with higher risk of heart attacks and asthma.
I'll use this last round to summarize another point: climate change.
Particle pollution can result in changes in the atmosphere (otherwise known as the greenhouse effect/global warming). These changes can cause cooling in certain areas of the globe, which shifts weather patterns and causes drought or excessive rainfall.
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