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    negative or positive. There are many ways to invoke a positive change in an environment and many different ideas to invoke. To Invoke a change though, someone would have to start in their area and gradually let the change expand to other parts of their society. One idea to persuade others to do would be to properly throw away their trash instead of littering. Littering has a negative effect on many ecosystems and would help our environments become cleaner and healthier if we lowered the amount of litter in the environments. Littering can pollute the ecosystems in our environments around us and the wildlife living in the area…

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    Stop Littering

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    Everyday, things like driving to work and throwing something away can little by little start chipping away at the earth. Cars produce pollution, and trash goes into a landfill somewhere. Climate change needs our help to stop it. Little things like walking to working and recycling can help and change our ways to save the earth. Climate change is ravaging earth, and we can stop it. One thing to do is stop littering. Littering can kill animals if they eat or get stuck in trash such…

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    As Stated by the North Carolina Public Safety, “The minimum fine for a first offense of littering is $250 with maximum fines going as high as $1000. Subsequent offenses can bring community service requirements and fines of up to $2000.” As one can see, littering does not go unnoticed and does cost a large sum of money. Even if one does not get caught littering, that does not mean they do not have to pay for it in the long run, because in the end, it is indirectly coming out of people’s taxes to…

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    Littering In Georgia

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    n Georgia there is a serious problem of littering. Obviously people do not care for their country. They are throwing their trash everywhere. Even after the government introduced a new law of "No littering" people are not paying attention, they are violating the law. Nobody is going to clean it up until someone makes them. But how and why ? There are many reasons why Georgians shouldn't throw their garbage everywhere. One reason is that the environment gets ruined. Another is that it hurt…

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    Effects Of Littering

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    It was acquired by the university in 1993 and is known as a “sensitive eco-system,” as it contains many native plant and wildlife species such as Douglas firs, ferns, arbutus trees and woodpeckers (UVic). The forest consists of a trail that is often used by many students for activities like running and hiking. Because of the trail’s popularity, it is subject to quite a bit of littering. There is one garbage can that is situated at the entrance of Mystic Vale closest to Parking Lot 1, though for…

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    The Problem Of Littering

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    Green Team “once litter is on the ground, it attracts more litter. A clean community, by contrast, can discourage littering and improve community appearance and quality of life.” (Illegal Dumping & Litter, n.d., para 2). Litter is ugly and a clean, litter free community is much better to look at over trash in any place not just our community that we live in. If the community was more clean it would attract more tourism than what Licking County does now. Litter does not just appear all by itself…

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    Littering Argument Essay

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    Littering is illegal and penalties vary from state to state, because it causes great harm to the environment. On May 11th, 2012, an ad created by the Surfrider Foundation depicts why littering is dangerous and unhealthy for the oceans, and also for humans. The ad contains an image of sushi wrapped in a plastic brown bag embedded with more plastic, rather than seaweed and fish. A pair of chopsticks lie beside the sushi as if someone were preparing to ingest it. In blue, capitalized, and printed…

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    Analysis: Littering Look around. Everywhere litter can be discovered. Highways, forests, even playgrounds. It can be assumed that the higher the population the higher the pollution. Many people are guilty of the common crime, whether they admit it or not. What does this say about the people who litter? Looking at the advertisement provided, it shows the extent of their laziness. All in the entire article happens to attack people who throw trash on the ground no matter the size, or location.…

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    What is littering? Littering is the act of leaving any rubbish or number of objects lying untidily in a place. Studies show that since the 1940's littering has tripled and is now this way today. Studies also show that 94% of people think that littering is bad but do it anyway. What is The Drinkable Book ? The Drinkable Book is the first ever manual that provides safe drinking water for those in need. This book was made by Dr. Theresa Dankovich in 2014. The Drinkable Book main use was to give…

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    Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of the harmful effects of littering, and persuade them to potentially stop littering all together. Central Idea: To help clean up our earth by persuading people to stop littering. Introduction: My goal for this not to tell you what to do or tell you how to live your life. It is merely to inform you on a major issue that has gotten worse throughout the years. I want you all to imagine a world where every step you take, you step on a piece of garbage.…

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