The Lorax Question About The Environment Grade 10 Assignment

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The film is an analogy for what is happening in our world. Describe specific scenes from the film and how they are related to specific environmental issues. (at least two)
Air pollutants
Atmosphere is mainly controlled by o hare air if he wants to make another factory he makes one. The impact it has is tremendous. The air in thneedville is mainly carbon monoxide and not good breathing air. In the lorax the biggest corporation – o hare air wants the air polluted and dirty so they can keep selling their product – canned air- to folk and make more money. They do this by cutting down lots of trees and building excess of factories. Relates to todays world as so many factories pollute the environment in the hopes of selling their own product. Smoke and smog which harmed flight animals.  New Delhi is world's most polluted big city. Nine out of 10 people around the world breathe polluted air
Deforestation
“I just chopped one tree. I am doing no harm. I am being quite useful” said the Once-ler in The Lorax. If only the harvesting of one tree did not lead to the harvest of another to create a disastrous domino effect. Similarly people in todays world believe what they do is okay for example the brazillian rainforest where they cater for their people by mass deforestation. A statistic...

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