National pollution control day 2022
Humankind lives its healthiest existence in a safe and comfortable habitat. Thus, ecology exerts a fundamental impact on human civilisation and the inhabitants who live within. India has historically witnessed a tremendous deal of insecurity, including health complications brought on by extreme levels of environmental degradation. The second of December in India is designated as National Pollution Control Day as a component of all this. This day is set aside to honour the irreplaceable lives lost in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, one of the deadliest workplace accidents in Indian history.
This day is to remind society to control the pollution actions such as the bursting of firecrackers, vehicles on road, smoke from factories, burning of crops, gas leakages, and many other factors that contribute to pollution. On December 2, 2022, at 9:00 AM, the Kristu Jayanti College Center for Environment and Sustainability in Bengaluru observed Pollution Control Day. Educating students with the right information on the state of the environment today would make them further conscious of the responsibility of conserving the ecosystem and the land.
Along with reducing air pollution, it's essential to ensure your health is resilient and sufficient to fend against its effects. Since we cannot entirely eliminate pollution, it is crucial to maintain good health and dietary habits in order to build sufficient defences. Every living creature in our cosmos has the obligation to care for and retain the environment. It matters greatly to society when someone takes even tiny steps to protect the environment. We must safeguard nature from all forms of pollution for the welfare of the next era, primarily air pollution, which can have serious detrimental consequences on well-being.
Regular exposure to micro pollutants can subsequently lead to major health problems, and air pollution is thought to be the cause of the death of almost 7 million people in India each year. On this occasion, let's employ pollution management approaches to raise public education on global pollution and the need to minimize occupational risks.