Air pollution is a dangerous trend of today. The air we breathe is heavily polluted. We have written speech on air pollution for children and students.
Speech on Air Pollution For Students
Respected Principal, Vice Principal, Teachers and My Dear Friends – Warm Greetings to one and all!
Sakshi Tanwar, a student from Class XII (B), would like to welcome you all to the school auditorium. You know that today we are celebrating World Environment Day by planting more trees and putting up banners around our school in order to raise awareness about how important it is that we protect nature and save our planet from pollution.
I would, however, like to give a brief speech regarding air pollution. In recent years, air pollution has become a global issue as it has reached an alarming level, which is not a good sign for those suffering from respiratory conditions, such as asthma, or those over the age of 65.
Along with human-caused air pollution, the summer season also plays a key role. Ground level ozone is produced when sunlight and heat react with exhaust from power plants, trucks, buses, buses, cars, and trucks. We all know that ozone is harmful to our health, especially people with heart disease or respiratory diseases like COPD and asthma.
Those with asthma or even those who don’t suffer from it will be affected by air pollution, which in turn can contribute to the development of it. Isn’t that even worse? Ozone is highly irritating, which can worsen the symptoms of those who already suffer from certain respiratory conditions. There is also the fact that particulates from combustion engines, found in trucks and buses, can cause severe asthma attacks.
We are chopping down trees and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, which is reducing the quality of the air. Our actions are not only affecting these trees, but also eroding a vital part of the earth’s ecosystem. Many reasons for deforestation exist, including commercialization, urbanization, or industrialization – there are many reasons to deforest, but all lead to serious harm to the environment and place our lives at risk.
Our farmers also worsen the air pollution by burning the waste crop and releasing harmful gases into the environment when they burn the waste crop. Furthermore, illegally burning garbage is also common.
There is no doubt that all these activities threaten our environment. The government needs to take strict measures to combat the situation. This is all from my side!
Now may I please invite on stage Mrs. ………… who is our Social Science Teacher and I am sure she must have something really useful to share with us today. A big round of applause is in order for her.
Thanks for being such a great audience! Have a great day with us today!