Research Proposal on Environment: Water Pollution and it's impact of the Society
In this ever changing world, there are many things that happen that really affect our life, it may good or it may be bad. Through the rapid changes of the world there are modern technologies, big factories and power plant and continue increasing of population emerge in this world. Because of the increasing population, the usage of cars and emerging of big factories and power plants it creates a massive pollution in the environment. The pollution of air and water is caused primarily with the human activities, especially with those people who have no self discipline. In this research it stresses out the consequences that affect to the human due to their inhuman activities. In this study it talks about also the preventive measures on how to make lessen the effect of the pollution and what are the proper solutions to prevent the illness if occurs due to pollution of the environment.
Objectives of the Study
The objectives of this study are to present the total impact of pollution to the people and to the environment. The purpose of this study is to make the community become aware the pollution that cause by their activities. It aims also that the government become aware and should create a programs that could help to prevent the pollution to become massive. If the health of the people in that certain community is affected the government should have a program or organizations which provide to the welfare of the people in the community.
Scope and Limitations
The researchers should focus only to those environment which is already confirm by the department of the environment is already polluted. It focuses only the air and water pollution in which there are several individuals are affected due to pollution.
Possible Research Question
What are the causes and effects of pollution?
Can it be prevented or not?
Is the government play an important role in preserving our environment?
How to educate the people in the community in order to have self discipline and follow the rules?
Background of the Study
Environment is very important because our survival is base in the status of the environment. This should be handled with care for the reason that if it is affected, everyone is affected. The water becomes polluted because of human activities. For instance, the garbage is not properly dispose. They throw it in the street, rivers, and seas. Through this the water become stagnant for the reason that the water cannot flows to the river because it is stock due to garbage. In that case the contaminated water is leak out to the street in which if there is leakage in the pipeline of the water it will go there and mix with the clean water in which it serve as the source of drinking of water in the community. Through the contaminated water, the people especially the children it threaten their health. The contaminated water contains different kinds of bacteria that source of infectious diseases. These infectious diseases are diarrhea, amoebiases, dengue and malaria, etc. The infectious diseases are dominant if the surroundings are not properly clean especially that stagnant water which is not dispose and clean properly. The stagnant water should be dispose so that the mosquitoes will not lay their eggs in their which the primary cause of infectious diseases. On the other hand the air is already polluted due to factories, power plant that blows and cars smoke that really pollute the air, these can be prevented with the help of government agencies in which they should do their job properly, in which they should conduct monthly check up the maintenance of the factory and monitor their waste product if it is already harmful and cause massive disaster to the environment as well as the people in the community.
The researcher should focus to those places who are already confirm that it is already polluted in the air and water. The researcher should provide a questionnaire about what are the causes and effects of the pollution. The researcher also must see to it that they should ask permission or consent before conducting a study.
Bruce E. Johansen; Greenwood Press, 2002
Hirofumi Uzawa; Cambridge University Press, 2003
William R. Cline; Institute for International Economics, 1992
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