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Water is singly the most important element to the world as a whole It is the lifeblood of the environment essential to the survival of all living things whether it is a plant an animal or humans Environment Canada 1996 It is a powerful resource that we cannot afford to live without so we must do everything possible to maintain its quality and the life inside it for today and the future It creates sustains and has the ability to take life However we as humans have lost respect for the basic element to our existence We dump sewage chemicals and garbage into our own water and exploit the fish and animals living in the waters almost or to the point of extinction We pollute and ravage the oceans without any regard for what the outcome to our ecosystem could and will be if it continues As humans we are primarily composed of water Our blood which is our means of transporting food and waste and also regulates our temperature is made up of 83 percent water It is an unquestionable fact that we need water just like everything else that exists on this planet Waters harmless and pure nature creates and sustains life but when exploited for commercial uses it becomes damaged by pollution and the ecosystems inside it are hurt effecting all life on the planet The water resources of the world are a raw material just like minerals and gas which industries want to use to make money but in the process it is industries that are exploiting and polluting our waters damaging them for all future generations Through industry we as humans are killing the oceans by over-fishing destroying coral reefs and polluting them with sewage and garbage Although businesses do have the right to the use of the oceans and waters of the world to profit from just the same as any other business it is the negative manner in
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