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    Plastic marine debris has become increasingly problematic. Angela Sun, a journalist from California, made a movie called, “Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.” The movie is about plastic marine debris and how it affects wildlife. Sun heard from a friend about this giant island in the Pacific Ocean called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Most people believe that the garbage patch is a very large, solid patch of garbage sitting in the Pacific Ocean. They do not know that the patch…

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    garbage (“11 Facts About Recycling”). It may be easy for people to just recycle the appropriate materials, but some people are lazy and create more waste than they should, making it harder for the people at the recycling companies to do their job. Recycling helps us realize what people throw away can be reused again and again. Recycling should be mandatory because it will save energy, reduce landfills, and protect the environment. Many people today still don’t realise what recycling really does.…

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    Goodbye Plastic Water Bottles In the United States, Americans use 50 billion plastic bottles a year. To put that in perspective, Americans consume about 1500 plastic water bottles per second. That is way too much to be using just to use something to drink out of. The United States has some of the safest drinking water in the world, so why do we need to have bottled water that claims to be “purified” or from some springs? The answer is we don’t. In Austin, Texas we have already banned…

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    building materials such as to make fireproofing on walls and ceilings, floor tiles, cement pipes, cement boards and a lot more. Individual asbestos fibers are too small that they are not visible to the human eye. Additionally, a notice of project (NOP) should be filed to the ministry of labor, Ontario if any work includes removal or any kind of disturbance regarding asbestos containing material.. Asbestos was revealed as the single largest cause of…

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    been severely damaged by human actions and Australia is no exception to this. Looking at our planet today, it is evident that whatever the world leaders are doing currently is not enough. By the year 2050, it is predicted that there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish and that approximately two-hundred million people will be displaced by climate change. The Australian government needs to take action before it is too late. This means managing waste, utilising renewable energy, and…

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    polluted. Garbage is dumped illegally everywhere, especially in big cities. Rivers, lakes, streams and oceans are contained and poisoned with chemicals discharging from factories.The air is very polluted because of smoke, dirt, and exhaust fume. What should we do to protect the environment? This essay will discuss 3 aspects of environmental pollution: causes, effects, and solutions. There are many types of environmental pollution such as: air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution,………

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    Endless danger Finally, the day had come. After all these years being banned from entering home, the time had come. My dream was going to become true in 12 hours, which was a lot to wait for. But, because of an extraordinary exhaustion in my body, I fell to my bed and my eyelids shut. I kept dreaming about dangerous events occurring. My mind could not convince itself about Palestine being safe. Questions yelled in my brain with curiosity, the main one being: Are we going to survive…?…

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    The list goes on, every week I take a large trash bag full of plastic to the recycle center. If plastic were to be put in our trash it would eventually get compacted and put in the ground. The problem with this is, plastic doesn’t break down it sits and gets pushed into our oceans, soil, and fresh water. When you eat anything wrapped in plastic, which most food is, consider at least recycling. Dean Ornish is a doctor who does intense research on…

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    is produced from the breath of living beings and the burning of fossil fuels; methane, which comes from swamps and gas emitted by livestock; and chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, which were used in refrigerants and aerosol propellants until they were banned for their negative effects on the ozone layer. Generally any substance that people introduce into the atmosphere that has damaging effects on living things and the environment in considered air pollution (Air Pollution Facts n.d.). Along…

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    United States already produces such as for food, feed, and oil. Dr. Edward from the Global Healing Center states that “Hemp is illegal to produce in the United States because of its distant relation to THC-laden cannabis sativa.” (“Hemp Production Should Be Legalized” Para. 4) The Prohibitive Marihuana Tax Law is the bill that outlawed hemp. This law was put into motion in September 1937. Hemp seed oil is can be used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, inks, lubrication, household detergents,…

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