The overuse and misuse of the land lead to falling of fertility. 40% of the total land resources of Ukraine are contaminated.
The total area of all polygons with waste is already more than 150 hectares (4% of the country). Substances that are released as a result of chemical reactions are able to turn the territory of Ukraine in a continuous zone of ecological disaster.
Forestry consumption leads to the fact that forests are not restored and they lose biological stability.
Radiation situation of the territories around the station has improved significantly for the last 25 years.
Ukraine is cooperating with international ecological organization such as Greenpeace. Environmental safeguards of conservation water resources have become more stringent. Ways to overcome the ecological crisis in Ukraine: Develop programme of cardinal recovery of environment and create clean conditions for the present and future generations Develop and approve the Environmental Policy of Ukraine to address every region Provide ecological monitoring system at all levels Use the best foreign practices to create an effective system of environmental safety Provide prohibition of deforestation
Smog is a type of air pollutant. This kind of smog is caused by the burning of large amounts of coal within a city; this smog contains soot particulates from smoke, sulfur dioxide and other components. More areas of England warned of 'very high' air pollutions in April 2014.
Nuclear waste from nuclear plants is discharged into the Irish Sea, making it one of the most radioactive seas in the world. Water pollution within the United Kingdom has led to serious concerns for the region. The water and air pollution problems of the UK lead to acid rain.
Acid rain also damages trees buildings, statues and can kill fish in lakes and rivers. They are caused by smoke from factories and power stations and exhaust fumes from transport. It is produced when coal and oil are burnt.
In 2014 was monitored England s wettest winter in over 250 years with widespread flooding. Year 2014 is estimated as England s hottest year in over 350 years with climate change contribution.
All over England woods and forests are being felled and not being replaced. Deforestation is taking place without consulting or taking account of the wishes of local people. It influence on habitants of wood.
A significant proportion of food waste is produced by the domestic household, which, in 2007, created 6,700,000 tonnes of food waste. Potatoes, bread slices and apples are the most wasted foods, while salads are thrown away in the greatest proportion.
Contaminated or polluted soil directly affects human health through direct contact with soil. Mercury and cyclodienes – kidney damage Benzene – higher incidence of leukemia Organophosphates and carbonates – neuromuscular blockage