The human influence on global climate is due to the Gas Emissions, (CO emission has become a major environmental concern.Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution humans have been taking stored carbon out of the earth in the form of coal, petroleum and natural gas, and burning it to make CO and other gases, which are responsible for air pollution, green house effect, increase in surface temperature, or in other words, global warming.
Water is the source of life and right from the origin, human beings are using it for various purposes.
The ancient civilizations have developed in river valley.
There are many ways in which humans can alter this, especially by compacting it with agricultural machinery and by changing its chemical character through irrigation.
Grazing is another activity that can damage soil structure through trampling and compaction.
Photo-chemical smog is also known to have adverse effect on plants both within cities and also on their outskirts.
Soil is the most vulnerable of human resource and is one on which humans have had a very major impact, because they lie close to and depend an the soil.
By 2050, it is possible that the increase in global surface temperature ranges between 1.4 and 2.2 degree Celsius.
The impact of human influence on the atmosphere is more because the atmosphere acts as a major channel for the transfer of pollutants from one place to another.
It is in this way that harmful substances have been transferred long distance from their sources of emission.
A second example of the possible widespread and ramifying ecological consequences of atmospheric pollution is provided by acid rain.