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Public Service Announcement
Transcript of Public Service Announcement
Sooner or later, we will have to recognise that the Earth has rights, too, to live without pollution. What mankind must know is that human beings cannot live without Mother Earth, but the planet can live without humans.
Types of Pollution
Why is there Pollution?
Programs for Pollution Prevention
Pollution is caused mainly by human activity. People claim to hate pollution, yet there is so much of it. Pollution has started from humans and will continue to grow without having any programs to stop it. If pollution isn't stopped wildlife, humans, and plants could all be greatly devistated.
There are many prevention programs to help keep the Earth clean. It goes from simple clean air programs to clean rivers programs. One program is Pollution Prevent, or P2.
To learn more about P2 click the link below.
Vol XCIII, No. 311
What is Pollution?
How to Prevent Pollution
Pollution is the intoduction of anything that contaminants the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or engery, like noise, heat, or light. Pollution can be seen all around you. It could be the plastic bottle on the side of the road or even the gas coming out the back of your car. Pollution can contaminate from multiple ways, such as from chemicals from industrial processes, rivers overloaded with nutrients from farms, trash blowing from landfills, or city skies covered in smog. Even land that appears to be fine can suffer from pollution located hundreds or even thousands of miles away. Pollution can muddy landscapes, poison soils and waterways, or kill plants and animals. Humans can also be harmed by pollution. Long term exposure to air pollution could lead to respiratory disease, lung cancer, or other diseases.
Use eergy efficient light bulbs and appliances
Limit driving by carpooling, using public transportatoin, biking or walking
Combine errands for fewer trips
Avoid excessive idling of your automobile
Use eletric or hand-powered lawn care equipment
Run dishwashers and clothes washers only when full
Choose enviromentally friendly ceaners
Use water-based or solvent free paints whenver
Seal containers of househole cleaners, workshop chemicald solvents, and garden chemicals.
Purchase and use low-polluting outboard marne engines and personal watercraft.
Public Service Announcement
Thursday, August 6th 2015
To learn more about the types of pollutions click the link below.