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Yachay Tech University

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How much garbage is generated in a day?
Every year 8 millions of tons of garbage are generated
It's equivalent to throwing one garbage truck per minute.!
In 30 years there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean.

Plastic Pollution in the World's Oceans
Consequences
Damage to living resources
Danger to human health
Obstacle to industry
Deterioration of the amount of water

Thank you!
Pollution of oceans
Why do we pollute the oceans?
The oceans are giant dumpsters.
They do not generate important consequences.
THEY ARE THE SOLUTION TO CONTAMINATION!
Consequences
Yachay Tech University
Destruction of marine ecosystem
Consequences
Decrease in tourism
Extinction of several species
Disproportionate growth of a species
Progressive mutations

Oscar Fierro
The creation of plastic is a product of the need of people. It has been a great advance for our way of life but it has many disadvantages that we must overcome. We can start treating trash properly, recycling and avoiding the excessive consumption of plastics but the most important thing is to protect all living beings that we are affecting, protect ourselves.
Bibliography
Laws, Edward A. (2000). Aquatic Pollution: An Introductory Text. New York: John Wiley and Sons. p. 430. ISBN 978-0-471-34875-7.
Michael Hogan (2010). "Water pollution.". Encyclopedia of Earth. Topic ed. Mark McGinley; ed. in chief C. Cleveland. National Council on Science and the Environment, Washington, DC.
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