Land Pollution

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Social Awareness Concerns about Land Pollution

Topic and Objectives
“Everybody has the responsibility to protect our environment.” This is a very general and common fundamental, but in fact, how many people can actually apply it to their life and live up to it? We promote healing our environment, but on the other hand, we bust it up with burning the forest, throwing rubbish everywhere, pouring the toxin into the soil, and etc. The reason why we’ve chosen this topic is because this concern has increased in the last few decades. Furthermore, many people don't pay much attention to environmental problems because they don't understand how serious the problem would affect them or their lifestyle. 

Land pollution can harm locals just by being nearby. For example, people who live near toxic sites often have birth defects, shorter life spans, and chemical induced diseases. The dangers of land pollution are so great that landfills have to be sealed so no air can leak in or out, making decomposition in landfills nearly impossible. So, our mission is to create awareness to people about the land problems in Malaysia is getting serious and serious. We also want to create awakens to the society to protect environment for our future and of course to build a safety culture in our daily life.

Targeted Audience and Missions
We’ve categories the audiences into 4 groups based on their ages and professions. We’ll use different aims and methodologies to achieve our vision and mission.

1. Children age under 12
Children can become an important ally in our overall efforts to enhance the environment and our children’s awareness of these issues is critical in this cause. Many things that you learn at a young age are carried on with you later in life. Walk the walk and the children will follow. Committing...
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