Pollution

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Environmental pollution is the biggest menace to the human race on this planet today. The environment consists of earth, water, air, plants and animals. If we pollute the environment, the existence of man and nature will be hampered. Although most of people know that but they still destroy their own life. There a numerous kinds of environment pollution. However, I split it to 3 groups: water pollution, air pollution and soil pollution. Nowadays, the water of rivers and sea all over the worlds is being constantly polluted by various dangerous chemical and biological wastes. Water pollution causes the death of sea creatures and might make carcinogenic to humans by the harmful substance in seafood. In the other hand, parallel to the development of economic, the air of earth is becoming more pollution. Exposure to air pollution is very damaging for human health, including pulmonary, cardiac, vascular, and neurological impairments. It also cause noxious to plant and animals, affecting to climate and destroy Ozone. Moreover, when pollutant, for example: chemical fertilizer or toxic waste, get mix into the soil, it demolish the useful bacterium in ground. Therefore, the lands are becoming exhausted and the ground’s biodiversity will be threatened. Solutions for pollution have many possibilities. Firstly, governmental can helping solve pollution by put heavy tax to the organization or individual who contaminate environment. But this solution could go two ways: either people will awareness that pollution is bad and will decrease their littering, or they will get angry with that policy and continue doing anyways to get profit. Second, it is important to raise the individual awareness to the environment security, for example: in education from low to high, campaign to mobilize people protecting the environment. Each citizen must have responsibility and real activities in keeping the environment to protect their life and future generations. Last but not least, factories...
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