1. List and explain six health hazards of environmental pollution.
2.Concisely explain how African states can control environmental pollution through politics.
3. list security impacts of the environment
The six health hazards of environmental pollution include physical, biological, chemical, cultural/practice-related, and social hazards. Physical dangers are substances or situations that endanger our physical well-being. Biological hazards are lifeforms or by-products from an organism that is detrimental or conceivably hazardous to human beings. Chemical hazards are present when an individual is subjected to a dangerous chemical at home or work. Cultural hazards are generally accepted and widespread activities throughout Ethiopia but can be harmful to one's health. Social risks include poverty and illiteracy.
African states can control environmental pollution through politics by minimizing toxic emission levels from industrial channels and reducing carbon output from automobiles and locomotives through new restrictive emissions requirements and lower carbon gasoline. They can also reduce pollution by using volunteer programs to combat indoor air pollution.
Climate change directly influences national security because it affects essential infrastructure like military installations, navy yards, and training facilities, putting vital national defense resources in jeopardy.