Research is still working on how exactly human activity affects different parts of the environment. Experts do know that human activity has directly affected deforestation, ozone layer, wildlife, air pollution, water pollution and noise pollution. Without more research, it seems what has been affected the most, depends on the person and his / her passion.
The ozone layer is perhaps the largest single entity that has been affected. It has gaping holes with areas of millions of square miles. These holes are caused by greenhouse gas emissions and are widening every day. Most of the large scale environmental problems can be attributed to pollution. Pollution affects water, habitats, and the atmosphere. It is the reason the world is warming, ice caps are melting, and animals are dying.
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