عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the important pillars of sustainable rural development is attention to environmental health and pollution-free. The aim of this study is to identify environmental pollutants and their impact on the health of rural residents in Kurdistan province in mountainous and foothill areas. Descriptive-analytical analysis method in which 6 major pollution variables of natural and human origin were identified. 3 natural variables. Including temperature, dusty days, local wind, in human dimensions, 3 variables, lack of planning in locating landfills, lack of investment in safe water supply and lack of design and architecture compatible with climate are important factors in environmental pollution. Rural biology identified.The results showed that one of the factors threatening the health and well-being of rural residents in the interior of houses is due to the production of incomplete methane and monoxide produced by animal waste at the rate of 25-30 ppm in 10 hours. But in the rural environment, dust, regional and local winds, high temperatures in summer and the release of livestock waste in the rural environment, which leads to the production of various insects and vermin. The combination of these factors is considered as the most important environmental pollutants and a threat to the health of rural people.