Transition Sentence Visual Pollution

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[Hook] Pollution can occurs in many forms, all of which have harmful effects on people and the environment. Most commonplace actions we do in our daily life either enhances or creates pollution. Since pollution is the intermixing of toxins into the environment, it is obviously harmful to people as well since we depend on the environment to survive and continue or daily lives. Out of the many different types of pollution, the main types are water, land, and air. These mainly affect both people and the environment; however there are types that solely affect humans. No matter the type the result will mostly be devastating for more than just the original (contaminated object). [Transition sentence] [Transition sentence] Pollution can result from …show more content…
Visual pollution causes an individual to not be able to enjoy a view or sight, such as billboards obscuring scenery. It is always a result of human creation. Litter can be a visual pollutant, also floating garbage on a lake or ocean since it isn’t aesthetically pleasing to view. Visual pollution is highly controversial since people have different opinions of attractive and unattractive. For example, some people consider wind turbines to be unappealing while other like how they look. [Transition …show more content…
Radiation is everywhere and constantly interacting with the environment naturally, from the sun to natural radioactive elements in the earth; all of which are safe until overexposure. However, radioactive pollution is a harmful amount of radiation being emitted from a source. Radioactive pollution is caused by industrial accidents and human usage of radioactive materials contributes to the majority of radioactive pollution; for example, nuclear weapons have left the greatest amount of radioactive pollution in the Earth. Mining has also added to radioactive pollution; extracting radioactive elements and processing them produces radioactive wastes which emits alpha particles into the air. Nuclear accidents are popularly known for their destruction and long-term danger. Some examples of this would be Chernobyl, a nuclear accident in Ukraine during 1986, and Fukushima in Japan in 2011. [Transition

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