The Effects Of Air Pollution And The Environment

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The state of the environment and its declining health due to pollution has been an issue discussed and brought to the public’s attention on numerous platforms. The fear of losing a more comfortable lifestyle overrides the fear of permanently destroying the environment. People hear that the damage done to the environment is irreversible; however, taking away materialistic objects that appear to make life simpler is a risk most humans are willing to take. Little does the population realize that choosing that lifestyle will cause irretrievable damage to their health and the health of the world that they take advantage of for their luxuries. Symptoms of air pollution in humans range from allergies, all the way to problematic heart and lung damage and in some cases even death. The effects of the damage done to the environment affect each person differently but each human on planet Earth must deal with the consequences.
Aside from the health of the people, the health of the planet is worsening with each year that passes. Obvious effects of pollution are the harm it does to the health of not only people but
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Global warming has been a concern since before Al Gore made it a point to force people to pay more attention to it. The Earth sustains itself with a natural balance of gases. The convenience people have grown fond of that is creating all of the pollution is throwing that natural balance into unnatural realms. By doing so, more heat is being trapped by the Earth, causing the Earth’s average temperature to be higher than normal. This explains the extremely hot summers and the unbalanced winters the Earth has been experiencing in the last decade. All of these issues cannot be solved since the damage that has been done cannot be reversed; however, the people of the Earth can work together to change some of their lifestyle to prevent further

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