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Essay 4 - Cause and Effect Essay

Essay 4 - Cause and Effect Essay - Pollution and Its...

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Pollution and Its Effects on the Quality of Human Life by Vonnie Goodloe Mary Nipp ENG101 October 11, 2011 Vonnie Goodloe Mary Nipp ENG 101 11 October 2011 One of the greatest threats to human life right now is the threat to our environment. Pollution is destroying our world by making our air and our water unsafe, and by contaminating our land. Tons of toxic chemicals are spewed into our air, water, and land each year by US factories. Thousands and thousands of pounds of hazardous waste are generated each year by each American. These are just a couple of the many causes of pollution in our world and it is not only a National problem but a Global problem around the world. There are many different types of pollution. Each type creates different issues that affect the environment. The top three most common types of pollution are air pollution, water pollution, and land pollution. Each one is caused by different things and has a different effect on the environment. Pollution is caused by many factors, mostly man-made, and these factors create devastating effects on our environment
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Goodloe causing issues from contaminated water to an asthma epidemic to air that is unsafe to breathe and land that is unsafe to live on. The ozone layer is an atmospheric layer that protects the earth and its life forms from the deadly UV rays of the sun. This layer is composed of a high concentration of ozone. It is a very commonly known fact that because of pollution and other chemicals created and used by man that the depletion of the ozone layer is threatening all life forms on earth.
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