Save our environment
Every day we see pollution all around us. Unknown to us, many species of animals live in fear of extinction due to pollution.
Our government, as well as those of other countries, has imposed laws that forbid mankind to hunt endangered animals, such as tigers.
Our main source of oxygen, the trees, are also dying by the thousands every day.
Scientific research has shown that the temperature of the Earth has risen to an alarming figure during the past few years. It will most probably rise further if we do not stop polluting the environment.
In recent years, many forests have been burnt because of the extremely hot weather. Neighbouring countries have also been affected by these forest fires and resulting haze.
Vehicles on the road every day produce huge amounts of hazardous and poisonous gases and billowing clouds of smoke. This will damage the Earth and allow ultra violet rays to penetrate the Earth's atmosphere, thus endangering the lives of humans.
People are also living in fear of the Earth being flooded by torrents of melted ice from the North and South poles.
Nature societies and governments have encouraged people of all races and from all over the world to lend a helping hand in saving Mother Nature. We would only have to cut down on our usage of paper napkins, buy less or perhaps not buy animal fur coats at all. Handbags, pouches, shoes an other accessories made of animal products should be avoided. Yet, people refuse to cooperate.
Our beautiful surroundings will no longer remain the same, not because of anything, but because of the pollution that is happening every day, all around us. No longer will people enjoy sightseeing anymore, as the lovely and attractive scenery will be destroyed.
Our future generations may not be able to recognise those cute little puppies and kitten, since there will be none of them roaming the streets. All the animals that our...
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