alexa The Reflections Of Environmental Pollution On Human Health In The Developing Countries
ISSN: 2375-4397

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control
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Annual Congress on Environmental Pollution and Sustainable Energy
July 20-22, 2017 Melbourne, Australia

Mohi El Din Kuku Bakheet
University of El Za'aeem El Ashary, Sudan
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Pollut Eff Cont
DOI: 10.4172/2375-4397-C1-006
Abstract
The paper deals with two basic topics: the first one is about pollution, its concepts, types and causes. The paper executed a comparison in atmospheric pollution between the developed and on the other hand the developing countries. The paper aims at focusing the light on the most important problems arising from atmospheric pollution, which includes, among other things, permanent cloudy sky over cities, acid rain, ozone layer erosion, global warming phenomenon and its consequences on public health. The paper also tackles the analysis of the effects of the different human factors and activities on the atmosphere and to what extend do they influence human health particularly the diseases which commonly infect humans such as (flu, epidermal cancer, low hearing). Also the paper tackles the pollution in closed air places and on the other hand the pollution in open air places and traffic-related air pollution. The main hypotheses of the paper are air pollution resulting from the combustion of fossil fuel in the atmosphere has impacted human in the developing world. In fact the developing countries have negligible contribution to air pollution although they were biggest victims of this phenomenon, which became a dreadful obsession of the whole globe. Actually the third world countries share of air pollution is less that 1% from the total volume of the emitted harmful gases, although it is the major region of the globe affected by the phenomenon of climate change. The effect of climate change in this region is far from being equivalent to its contribution in the phenomenon of air pollution and climate change. These effects and other related effects must be responded practically, strongly, vigorously, clearly and transparently by the international community especially the developed countries which have the lion's share in causing these two phenomena, otherwise our globe will be real hell to its inhabitants who are the offenders and the victims at the same time. The paper will include some recommendations and suggestions.
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