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Environment pollution is one of the burning issues of the present time. It refers to the contamination of the natural surroundings by various harmful substances. Pollution can occur in different forms, impacting various elements like air, water, and soil.

Air pollution occurs when harmful gases and toxic chemicals are released into the atmosphere, often from industrial facilities and vehicles. Water pollution occurs when pollutants such as chemicals and industrial waste contaminate bodies of water, affecting marine life and human health. Soil pollution occurs when harmful substances like pesticides, heavy metals, and radioactive materials contaminate the soil, making it unsuitable for plant growth.

The impact of pollution on the environment and human health is severe. It contributes to global warming, climate change, and the depletion of the ozone layer. Pollution also poses a significant risk to human health, causing respiratory problems, neurological disorders, and various types of cancer.

Measures such as sustainable practices, waste management systems, and awareness campaigns are essential for stopping pollution and preserving our environment for future generations.

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