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The Earth is in Danger

by Rebecca Hanley

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The Earth is in DANGER!
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Rebecca Hanley
20-07-23
How do these images make you feel??
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Did you know that littering is one of the biggest factors leading to climate change?
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Each year, people around the world litter more than 7.5 million tons of waste!!
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Did you know????
Animals perish after becoming entangled in the rubbish that we carelessly discard. The majority of the creatures become entangled as they crawl inside bottles or plastic bags. They injure themselves or starve to death as they try to flee. This results in the everyday slaughter of fish and the progressive decline of marine life. Believe it or not, the garbage we generate is endangering more underwater animals.
Every year, enormous amounts of litter that we carelessly discard on the streets end up in the ocean. This is extremely unfortunate. Litter endangers marine life and degrades the natural beauty of bodies of water. The world’s oceans may already contain 150 million tons of plastic litter which is the equivalent of 25 million large elephants.
Litter may harm crops and halt their growth. The accumulation of trash causes the deterioration of natural environments. Animals can perish from consuming items such as plastic garbage or metals if they find litter on a farm.
The societal concerns associated with litter include safety dangers, fire hazards, human health hazards, and indirect health hazards from bacteria, rodents, roaches, and mosquitoes attracted to trash. Scavengers are dangerous microorganisms. They can severely affect crops since cattle are sensitive to swallowing chemical particles or even metal from waste.
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Litter has been harming our oceans...
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harming our land..
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and harming our animals..
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What can we do to help and prevent these problems?
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We can recycle paper, plastic, glass and other items into the specific recycling bins
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