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Environmental Analysis & Ecology Studies

Global Environmental Pollution Problems

  • Open or Close Monica Butnariu*

    Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Romania

    *Corresponding author: Monica Butnariu Habilitated Doctor, Chemist, Chemistry & Biochemistry Discipline, Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Timisoara, 300645, Calea Aradului 119, Romania, Email:

Submission: February 24, 2018; Published: March 19, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/EAES.2018.01.000522

ISSN: 2578-0336
Volume1 Issue5


Over the years, the natural environment has changed, becoming very complex, sensitive and pretentious. The humans are now responsible to “maintain” the natural environment (in fact the environment is sustaining us all) and this has forced the humans to evolve. Pollution caused by current and old technologies, pollution of all types, which is closely linked and generated by the existence of the humanity in its present form, is another terrible, very powerful, extremely destructive factor that should trigger to renounce at old things and ruins and to undergo ecological reconstruction for a superior valorification of the ruins that generate pollution today. The natural environment is an essential part of any developmental process and encompasses the links and interdependencies between people and natural resources. As a result, changes in the environment are not only due to natural events, but also to the practical manifestation of developmental patterns, practices and lifestyles [1]. Reciprocally, any change in the physical environment has important socio-economic consequences that influence the quality of life. The effects of environmental pollution, manifested by the emergence of serious health problems and ecological disturbance, recognized internationally at the Stockholm Conference, have led to a broad “environmental movement” in both developed and developing countries. This action included the active participation of both the public and private sectors. The main feature of this environmental movement was that it generated a new perspective for the evolution of attitudes and knowledge in this field. As part of a world-class evolutionary process, marked by the Rio and Johannesborg Conference, several key issues for structuring and orienting environmental management tools have been recognized [2].

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