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Outline Introduction IWhat is Pollution A Who makes up most of the pollution 1What pollutants are 2What causes there formation B Who and what is harmed by pollution IIAcid Precipitation AHow is it caused BWhat are its effects III Air Pollution AHow is it caused BWhat are its effects ConclusionWe need to use renewable resources and finding uses for waste products instead of creating pollution by throwing them out Our environment is a crucial part of our lives and we must learn how to treat it correctly Without it we would not be living We need to become more aware of the circumstances that are going to take place if action is not taken We need to stop making emphasis on what will make us more comfortable because if we dont soon we will not have a world to live in and we will all die Then how important will living comfortable be Alina M Torres Professor Kronen ENC 2301 December 7 1998 How Pollution Affects Us and Our Surroundings Pollution occurs when harmful substances are released into the environment causing damage to living things This is caused by humans and complex organisms everyday It is difficult to actually say what exactly pollution is because some environmental elements that are pollutants to certain species maybe desirable nutrients to others A dictionary defines pollution as the contamination of one substance by another so that the former is unfit for its intended use Since us humans are basically inefficient wasteful and inconsiderate to our surroundings we make up most of the pollution that is currently affecting us because of the whole industrial origin and human growth population Pollution takes many different forms noise radio waves and even heat The more obvious types are
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