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    Quality of drinking water is the most concerned topic in China. In 2007, official estimates of the extent of water pollution in China were doubled. Clean water is key of human to survive, and also plants and animals need water to grow; therefore water quality has to be kept clean. Water pollution was caused by many human activities and it also has a great effect on the population that need an urgent attention. Over million people in China lack access to safe drinking water (Patricia). With a…

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    way we live. It is the main cause of pollution, and a huge issue to us as humans, and the environment around us. According to the World Wildlife Fund, “Many of the activities and products that make modern human life possible are polluting the world. Even places that are relatively untouched by 21st-century developments experience the effects of pollution”. Humans activities…

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    To begin, many times the water systems installed in Guatemala are to provide them with water; however, not potable water in which many are not aware of and ends up affecting many’s health. For instance, most of the times when engineers install pipes that only have the purpose in providing water, people are not hygienic and don't boil the water. This is detrimental to their health because people are drinking contaminated water. What is the most devastating is that children not only in Guatemala,…

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    Water pollution is a very pressing issue in the world today. Humans need water to survive. The earth is covered in water, nearly seventy percent of the surface is water. However about ninety-seven percent of that water is salt water, unsafe for drinking. The remaining three percent is what makes up the world’s freshwater. Of that small percentage of freshwater, about sixty-nine percent consists of glaciers or icecaps, thirty percent as groundwater, and nearly only zero point three percent…

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    Over the years, the topic of marine pollution has developed into a relevant issue. Some of these issues include oil spills, chemical pollution, and waste pollution. This advertisement is meant to address the issues of marine pollution by showing the results and addressing two exceptionally prominent issues during the past few years, oil spills, and waste pollution. In the past 20 years, there have been roughly 17 oil spills, the most memorable spill is the BP oil spill in the Gulf Coast. In…

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    Pollution is one of the most serious problems that affect our environment, and its effects on all life aspects are clear to everyone. Because of this, pollution is one of the most serious issues that all the word countries are concerned about. As time goes, the pollution problem increases and also the population growth increase. The increase in demand for water and food supplies place an increasing stress on the ground and surface water quality and quantity. One of the environmental problems…

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    “Unsafe water, sanitation, and hygiene are responsible for almost 4% of the global total in disability adjusted life years (DALYS) and almost 6% of the total attributable DALYs in high-mortality countries (WHO 2002).” In this scientific paper, I will discuss the neurological effects of lead contamination in public water through a series of case studies in the hopes of urging the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee to place stricter regulation on the EPA in monitoring lead pollution of…

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    low budget, contaminated water source, and outdated infrastructure have led to a water crisis in Flint, Michigan which is a danger to local residents in regards to public concerns for health, loss of confidence in government, and a larger deficit. Once General Motors downsized their plant in Flint, Flint’s economy went downhill. Many people lost their jobs, which in turn forced many people into poverty.…

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    responsible for poisoning your water, it is businesses of every kind from large chemical factories to power plants. Including, local gas stations and supermarkets are also involved. Furthermore, you and I am contributing to these problems as well. Products used every day, such as prescription drugs, shampoo, and sunscreen are without a doubt showing up in your water supply. Such products as these often cannot be filtered out of the needed drinking water. America 's compromised water supply…

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    Water contamination is a major issue, both to humans and the environment. There are many ethical issues surrounding companies who may contribute to water contamination and those who govern water safety. Water contamination events can cause nationwide concern, such as the drinking water in the city of Flint, Michigan and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico. Water contamination can have disastrous consequences for the human population with effects such as birth defects and…

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