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Air Pollution is addition of harmful substances to the atmosphere resulting in damage to the environment, human health, and quality of life. One of many forms of pollution, air pollution occurs inside homes, schools, and offices; in cities; across continents; and even globally. Air pollution makes people sick, it causes breathing problems and promotes cancer, and it harms plants, animals, and the ecosystems in which they live. Some air pollutants return to earth in the form of acid rain and snow, which corrode statues and buildings, damage crops and forests, and make lakes and streams unsuitable for fish and other plant and animal life. Pollution is changing the earth's atmosphere so that
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Air Pollution is major problem that is yet to be solved. We as humans depend on the air around us to live, without it we would die. Although we rely on this as an essential source for living, it is still littered and polluted with chemicals. Pollution of the atmosphere and the air around us is becoming more "popular" everyday. "If there are other particles or gases in the air that are not part of its normal composition, we call this "air pollution" and the particles or gases are called "air pollutants." Very small amounts of certain air pollutants can cause serious health and environmental problems. We can see some air pollutants such as the reddish-brown haze in smog; however, other air
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This world needs the good environment. People should protect our homestead. Society is focus on pollution in river all over the world. As we know water is spring of life. We can't live without it, and water in river is more important for human's daily life. It is a big problem. It is the major factories and industries that are causing the problem. We should find some good ways to prevention and mitigation. Let us to join protect action, in order to ourselves.Water pollution is a serious problem threatening the survival of human beings, plants and animals. It is urgent that some strong measures be adopted to deal with the problem. Most of them produce by the cities and towns. With the
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Sound is vital to our daily lives. Without sound, no verbal communication between human beings is possible. However, any sound that is not desired by the recipient is called noise. While this form of pollution may seem harmless, it in fact has far reaching consequences. The adverse effects on the health of the environment are pretty severe. Not only is the local wildlife affected by the pollution, humans also face a number of problems due to it. Various research studies have proven that noise pollution shows a number of negative impacts on mental and physical health. To understand the reasons behind these health conditions, people should consider the effects that are
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Types Of Pollution and Solutions
Definition - The pollution we can definitively from the definition of the
polluter, the polluter is a material impact or lead to a change in the
rate of growth of the species in the environment interfere with the
health, comfort, toxins enter into the food chain or with the values of
society. Also, we know that this pollutant enter into the environment
from waste, trash, by products Industries or certain activities of human
and that cause usually dissipate energy. In addition, the pollution
causing damage to the functions of the class dynamic that surround
the earth. We can express the pollution damage in four points. First,
the damage in agricultural crops
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The Current State of Water Pollution
One of the most differentiating factors of the planet Earth is the abundant presence of water. The Earth is almost 75% water. The substantial amount of water on the planet allows the vast and diverse biotic population to thrive. Without water, none of the life on the planet would be living, Earth would look less green and blue, and more dry like Venus or Mars. However, one of the most prominent environmental epidemics is the pollution of the Earth’s water bodies. According to the WWF, water pollution is characterized by “toxic substances” entering water bodies, and then “getting dissolved in them, lying suspended in the water or depositing on the bed
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PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Using Problem-Solution
TOPIC: Littering and Pollution
ORGANIZATIONAL PATTERN : Problem-Solution
SPECIFIC PURPOSE: To persuade the audience that littering and pollution are dangerous and harm the environment and the air around us that we breathe every day.
PRIMARY AUDIENCE OUTCOME: I want the audience to join/support the nation wide organization that is taking action into helping the environment and going against littering and polluting the air.
1. (Attention Getter) Environmental damage such as graffiti, fly-posting, and general littering is a menace that is becoming all too prevalent, not just in inner cities but in many
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When the water in our rivers, lakes, and oceans becomes polluted it can endanger
wildlife, make our drinking water unsafe, and threaten the waters where we swim and
fish. Some people believe that the pollution of our lakes and rivers is not a problem right
now and is a problem for the future that modern technology will be able to fix, wrong.
According to P. K. Goel author of the book Water Pollution: Causes, Effects and Control,
“Most of the wastewater, statistics indicate around 60% of it, is discharged into rivers
without being treated” (Goel). This is a high pollution of the environment and also a big
health risk to the people who rely on the water downstream. Water
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London, at present, which not only has an alarming level of nitrogen dioxide (NOx) in its air, but has also successfully breached the legal limits of NOx, just a month after the Mayor of London introduced an Emissions Surcharge in an attempt to combat the worsening situation of air pollution (Talk London, 2018). In fact, in 2012, the United Nations produced a report stating that nearly 7 million people suffered as casualties simply due to air pollution (WHO, 2018). According to Maria Neira, the World Health Organisation's public and environmental health chief, both indoor and outdoor air pollution are affecting developing and developed nations and is currently the largest environmental
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Richmond the American International University in London
Three options for possible resolution
II. The Problem
Plastic pollution issues
Impact on the ocean’s wildlife
Impact on the Human health
III. Three policy solutions
Individuals responsibility of reducing plastic consumption
Governments and industries responsibilities
Financial action that benefit the future
To the multinational industries; Coca-cola, Nestlé and many others,
Environmental issues are a global concern which needs concrete actions on the domestic and
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Hannah BainesImagery: The author uses imagery to emphasize the idea that pollution is killing off wildlife in an intense and painful manner. This further intrigues the audience and convinces a sense of empathy towards the many species of the world.
11 AP Period 5
Current Event Week 6
Global IssueDiction: The audience is swayed by the words “agony” and “bleeding profusely”, causing them to once again feel terrible for unknowingly causing harm to wildlife. The diction emphasizes just how dangerous and life threatening pollution is toward the ocean and its inhabitants.
Pathos: The author utilizes pathos primarily to provoke a sense of sympathy from the audience
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All around the world animals die or become injured from plastic pollution in parks, lakes, and oceans. People should care about what products they use and how littering, or even throwing them away impacts the world around them. Many animals find plastic wrappers, straws, or bags and attempt to eat them, and it kills them. As well as hurting animals, plastic also hurts the environment. People should not use plastic straws or bags because they risk the health of the environment, people, and animals.
People should not use plastic straws or bags because they damage the environment. Some plastic straws and bags are made of toxic materials and can be unhealthy for environment if littered. Plastic
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In Prehistory the discovery of fire first started pollution. The burning of natural and manmade materials is killing our planet, we should find an unlimited and non-pollutant resource to fuel our cars and heat our homes. Hydrogen is a good alternative to gasoline because it is non-pollutant and a bountiful resource. The polluting of the oceans are killing fish and mammals alike, when the seaweed is exposed to the oil it immediately absorbs it. Seaweed is the main food of numerous sea creatures including the sea otter, an endangered species. The endangerment of animals should also be stopped for example The Javan rhinoceros was once widespread throughout the Oriental Realm from Bengal
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Emission Test which led VW in Crisis.
Volkswagen (VW) admitted that they tested diesel emissions on humans and animals. In January 2018, Volkswagen faced a huge backlash as they gave out false information stating their cars were petrol, when in fact they were diesel. This left them exposed to the public. VW faced a huge criticism in Germany because they tested the emissions on animals and humans, which tricked the public as they believed there was supposed to be no harm to their health. VW sold its vehicles and manipulated countries such as, USA and in Europe by attaching defeat device which will be invisible when testing the vehicle (DiPietro,2018).
The main reasons Volkswagen scammed its
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Ngày này, khi xã hội ngày càng phát triển thì vấn đề môi trường vừa và đang ngày càng trở nên quan trọng hơn, nó làm ảnh hưởng tới cuộc sống và sức khỏe con người. Trên các phương tiện thông tin đại chúng hằng ngày, chúng ta có thể dễ dàng bắt gặp những hình ảnh, những thông tin về chuyện môi trường bị ô nhiễm. Bất chấp những lời kêu gọi bảo vệ môi trường, tình trạng ô nhiễm càng lúc càng trở nên trầm trọng. Môi trường sống của chúng ta đang bị đe dọa mỗi ngày bởi hàng tấn rác thải, hiệu ứng nhà kính hay biến đổi khí hậu. Dù nhận thức được sự biến đổi ngày càng tệ của môi trường nhưng không phải ai cũng lắng nghe và phản ứng lại với tiếng kêu cứu từ thiên nhiên.
Hiện nay vấn đề ô nhiễm môi
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Pollution in Fahrenheit 451 Through his virtuous and insightful novel Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury reveals a world of neglect and one-way thinking we are becoming familiar with.Under the protagonist of this story, Guy Montag, a "fireman" (book burner), Bradbury faces many issues affecting our own time. As we see Montag realize the insanity of his own society, he tries to solve a problem facing in the whole world.Bradbury's style how been thought about in this way: "He believes a science fiction is a way to solve a problem in the existing world." (Mergeling, 877). "He refers to himself as an "˜idea writer'" (Unger, 77). Bradbury, a science fiction author, shows us the ways that a
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effect. The once-ler believes it won’t hurt to cut down a few trees but this leads to a downward spiral of obsession with building up his business. He later starts using creative machines which cut down multiple machines at a time. The air quality decreased and many animals had to migrate.
One type of pollution we find evidence of is water pollution. "You're glumping the pond where the Humming-Fish hummed." All the Gluppity-Glupp and all the Schloppity-Schlopp made by the machinery chugging is being dumped right into the pond. What is the consequence of putting all this pollution into the water? (The fish can't live there anymore). One type of pollution we find evidence of is
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Essay presents the problem of air polution as well as a solution and implementation. Very well-organized paper, good sources.ProblemThe first thing people see, in the morning, when they walk outside is the sky or the colored sun. Is this world giving us the privilege of seeing the natural colors of the sun through all the layers of pollution within the air (Dinanike 31)? Not only are beautiful sights such as this hidden behind the pollution this world causes everyday, but an increase in diseases, infections and death occurs. What causes pollution? What can we do to prevent it, and get rid of it? Is it fair to the children of the future to have to suffer the consequences that pollution
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Are we destroying our environment?
In the article “Air Pollution Continues to Be a Serious Problem” by Ed. Louise, he states that “Unhealthy air remains a threat to the lives and health of millions of people in the United States”. Recently, air pollution is the biggest problem that faced by many countries around the world, especially advanced countries like the United States, China. The air pollution is the addition poison to our fresh atmosphere which causes damaging to our natural environment, humans’ breath and the quality of life. Air pollution doesn’t not only affect human and environment, but it’s also damaging the whole ecological system
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Ava Tucker, Louis, Jacob
Human Geography Agricultural Impacts
Global warming, pollution, and soil detrigation all have large impacts on our earth, and therefore our agricultural practices. Both developed and undeveloped countries rely heavily on agriculture for survival, seeing as most people get the majority of their calories from farm raised animals, such as cow and chicken, and crops such as corn and wheat. Without successful agricultural practices, global starvation rates would skyrocket, and life as we know it would be threatened. Global warming has severe impacts on the animals that we raise for meat and dairy, along with the crops we grow to feed ourselves and our animals