Environment as a chain of numerous attached elements comprising of interconnected life chains. Any damage within this ecosystem more or less affect other elements. Deforestation, for instance, causes less photosensitization rate which in turn can lead to higher air pollution levels in the long term. By the way, we as human nature are hurting our surrounding environment unintentionally!
Environmental pollution is the direct effect of human activities and natural phenomena. Before the industrial revolution, the level of air pollution was limited since natural self-refining processes were able to counteract the pollution. After revolutionization and due to excessive fossil fuel consumption, the air pollution level exceeded the refining rate and caused sudden pollution issues. Alongside with rapid growth of industry at the time, a vast variety of air pollutant released into the environment and destructive effects on human being and fauna increased as a result. Up to a point different kind of disease, particularly mental cases, in urban areas recognized as a direct result of the environmentally-polluted surrounding.