Introduction Bahrain is located on the South shores of Arabian Gulf . It lays in between latitudes 25 and 26 North and longitude 50 and 51 East . The country is km off the Eastern Coast of Saudi Arabia and slightly further from the Western coast of the Qatar Peninsula . The country is linked with Saudi Arabia through the King Faded causeway which was opened in November 1986 . The state comprises of 36 islands with a area of 665 square kilometers . Manama is the capital city . The country is generally rocky and bare .
2. 2 of Bahrain land is rabble . Its economy is mainly oil driven . Background Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the environment . Those contaminants bring about instability , disk , harm or discomfort to the physical Systems or living organisms there in . Pollution can take the form Of chemical substances or energy such as noise , heat or energy . Just like many industrialized countries , Bahrain faces environmental challenges resulting from pollution . This tries examines those challenges and related impacts . Problem statement
Oil-spills and other discharges from large tankers , oil refineries and distribution stations have damaged Bahrain ‘s coastlines , coral reefs and sea vegetation .
No natural fresh water resources exist in the country . Ground water and sea water are the only sources of water for all the country ‘s needs . In other areas , industrial pollutants have contaminated water sources with heavy metals . Agricultural development has been neglected and limited arable land degraded . Erosion of farm land has enhanced desertification . Those challenges need to be addressed urgently .