Course overview

We will discuss the main sources of water pollution and the types of water pollution. We will list the major sources of water pollutants; describe the effects on water due to organic materials, plant nutrients and toxic, physical, and biological pollutants; list the main diseases caused by microorganisms that can be carried by water.

Course description

At the end of the lesson participants are asked to list at least three actions we can take as

individuals to improve water pollution their everyday life. They should know what is meant by

sustainable development and can discuss what makes a goal sustainable/unsustainable.

They can review the progress towards an SDG. They will understand the meaning of environments,

habitats , ecosystems, and water pollution.

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