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Environmental Pollution

Summary: This essay is about the growing amount of pollution, specifically in Canada. Examines findings of a study proving that children's health is being adversely affected by a variety of environmental contaminants.
In May 2001, the Canadian Environmental Law Association released a study proving that children's health is being adversely affected by a variety of environmental contaminants. Indeed, the increase in environmental pollution has led to a significant degradation of Earth's air, water, and soil.

Firstly, there is a growing amount of atmospheric degradation, which causes several repercussions on a global scale. As a first and important effect, the air on Earth is becoming more and more dangerous to breathe without the use of artificial filters. The most obvious cause for pollution in the air is the continuous augmentation of motorized vehicles that send carbon monoxide in the air. This results in the de-purification of the air. Not as vast as motorized vehicles, but even more important, are the contents of smoke and gaseous residues injected into the atmosphere by industries, which has the same effect. Forest fires, mostly started by...

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