Environmental Pollution is Causing Serious and Lasting Damage to the Earth

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One of the greatest problems that the world is facing today are of environmental pollution, pollution is increasing rapidly every year and causing serious and lasting damage to the earth. In the short story “A Fable for Tomorrow” by Rachel Carson, describes a small beautiful town in America that later become a terrible town, because it was overwhelmed by pollution. In addition, most of the technology that is uses in today society causes pollution for examples, cars, and pesticides. However, it is very difficult for people to give up on technology, since they are very used of using every day that makes it challenging to protect the environment. It is a similar story “Our Animal Rites” by Anna Quindlen, shows how nature is harmed because of…show more content…
In addition, due to the expansion of modern agricultural technology, farmers tend to use a lot of chemical fertilizers and pesticides to increase the harvest. Many burning processes, such as wood and coal fires, wood stoves, and the burning of fuel in cars harvest tiny elements of carbon, in the form of smoke. These may affect climate change by dropping the clearness of the atmosphere. There are not a lot of people who are willing to give up things that cause carbon dioxide pollution in order to protect the environment. People think if they do give on everything that produces carbon dioxide, that cause pollution they will not have enjoyment in their life, which makes hard for people to live in harmony with nature. Moreover, it becomes a big challenge for people to give up on something that is very useable in everyday life such as cars, and rail because if they do not use car to go somewhere they have to walk, which takes a lot of their. The other reason they do not want to give up on their things is more responsibility and less leisure time to enjoy. Another thing that is becoming a challenging to protect the environment is agricultural technology that is causing pollution in the
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