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    Pollution is everywhere! People even pollute without even knowing it. They simply throw their soda can on the ground, or even as small as throwing their cigarette on the ground. The point is that pollution is terrible and it needs to be stopped. I already knew that pollution was around. In fact, it's been around since about 1948, but of course that is only when smog came and pollution got very bad. Pollution has been around many years before 1948. I wanted to find as many possible ways to lower

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    Pollution is the introduction of harmful substances or products into the environment (Pollution, 2017). Ever since we were born there has always been a problem with harmful things on our planet. Humans have tried an enormous amount of ideas trying to help the planet. Adults tell the young kids to always recycle or to help the Earth by planting a tree. Those two ideas are spread around the entire world, but there are certain things going around that are not helping the Earth. They are called pollutants

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    Proposal Essay Suneet Mahajan Western Governors University WGU Student ID #000704510 Pollution refers to impurity into the environment of particles which has harmful effect on health. There are many forms of pollution, like air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution which impact health and environment. High air pollution level is responsible for health issues in Delhi. Over the last few years, the level of pollution has changed significantly in India and specifically in Delhi.Due

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    Plastic pollution is a huge problem worldwide. In science class, we counted the amount of plastic in all the recycling bins in the school. The most common material found was plastic water bottles. The total amount of plastic water bottles was 32. The company with the most plastic was that we examined was Nestle. Scientist predict that there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by the year 2050. In the article, Scientists Predict More Plastic than Fish in the Oceans by 2050-Here’s What We Can

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    the environment in an extremely poor shape. Several types of pollution coat the Earth in garbage, oils, smog, etc. Indoor air pollution consists of chemical cleaners, cigarette smoke and butts, car and as well as factory exhaust. Exhaust and smoke release elements into the air that create smog, fog, and haze are created. When combined with moisture in the air acid rain is then created. Natural disasters contribute to air pollution with volcanic eruption ash and sulfur dioxide. The burning of

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    Ocean Pollution Essay

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    Companies are making enough profit that they can afford to clean up their messes. According to the Article of Ocean Pollution: 6 Things That Make It Worse. “The ocean is already being damage of the littering,” and when they are shiping it out it's making it hard for the ocean so the company should pay of the damage. According to the Article of Ocean Pollution: 6 Things That Make It Worse, When a ship that is shiping oil out in the sea has very high risk of the storms ice borgs rocks, and

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    Plastic Pollution Essay

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    According to the National Geographic, there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean and of that mass, 269,000 float on the ocean surface, while about four billion plastic microfibers per square kilometer litter the deep sea (Parker, 2015). There is this much plastic trash because they are resistant to degradation, therefore, they can last for hundreds of years in the environment. The accumulation of plastic debris is a serious threat to our planet and it has harmed marine life as

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    in the water next to old car tires, trash, and fertilizer. Now you feel terrible and want to go home. Pollution is devastating. The reason why I researched this topic is that I do not want my family nor my planet to get sick. Pollution can be stopped very easily, it’s just that people “don’t know” how to stop or they just don’t care, which is a serious problem. I want people to see that pollution is mainly caused by humans, and also for them to see that it is a horrible thing that is happening. Some

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    Essay about Pollution

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    Pollution “Ours, a water planet. The ocean covers 71 percent of the surface of the globe, and it constitutes over 90 percent of all habitable space on Earth. It’s total volume is around 300 million cubic miles and its weight is approximately 1.3 million million million tons. No wonder that Arthur C. Clarke, scientist and writer, once remarked that it was ‘inappropriate to call this planet Earth, when clearly it is ocean.* * (Mulvaney 28). Ocean pollution is growing out of control, and the

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    Pollution Essay

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    Pollution is a nationwide habit that has caused distress among the environment and its inhabitants. This is a serious complication that we as people need to take a stand to develop solutions to prevent contaminating the our water systems, environments, air, and soil. Everyday we witness pollution or participate in polluting our country with our daily tasks. Pollution causes unexpected and devastating changes in our land, river and sea environments(“Reduce Pollution”). Pollution got my attention

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