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ID number:571674
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Published: 18.01.2007.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
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Our Earth is enormous, fascinating, fast growing, explosive. Don’t you agree? It is dynamic owing to the nature and also thanks to every living thing. Mostly the biggest influence on Earth is from people’s action. It is both good and bad. But nowadays mainly dominate people’s poor activities. Now people more endanger world’s nature with their inconsiderate deeds. Many people don’t think about the consequence before they act. People try to make life easier for themselves, but not everyone realizes that in this way we make it harder for nature, animals and plants, including ourselves. I think that the major danger to Earth is pollution.
Pollution is the release of environmental contaminants. The major forms of pollution include: air pollution, water pollution, soil contamination, radioactive contamination, also noise and light pollution. One of the most important contaminations is air pollution. It is the release of chemicals into the atmosphere. This is happening because there is too much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air. (CO2) carbon dioxide is created when oil, gas and coal burn. People send it into the atmosphere and heat the Earth. Scientists call this a greenhouse effect. It is noticeable that chemicals from power stations, factories and car exhaust fumes pollute the Earth.…

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