The damage of our planet

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The Damage of Our Planet

Our planet is in danger because we have not taken care of it. Since we started with the Industrial Revolution, the problem began. That is because we did not take measuresin that. We have been destroyed our planet in many ways. For example, the deforestation, the pollution, and finally the global warming, but was it necessary to reach this situation? Is there anethical reason to defend ourselves for the damages?

First, the deforestation is one of the causes of the Earth Planet damage. Trees are one of the most important aspects of the planet we live in. Treesare vitally important to the environment, animals, and of course for us humans. They are important for the climate of the Earth, they act as filters of carbon dioxide, they are habitats and sheltersto millions of species, and they are also important for their aesthetic appeal. However, the trees on our planet are being depleted at a very fast rate. According to some estimates, more than 50percent of the tree cover has disappeared due to human activity.
The environment is suffering critical stress because we are losing forest and agricultural land. As a consequence of this big problem alarge numbers of plant and animal species are disappearing. This problem is really serious because much of this damage is irreversible. There are less pros of deforestation than cons but some pros includeclearing land for cash crops and the need to cut down trees for industries that respond to our increasing demand for wood.
Second, the pollution is causing a considerable damage of our planet.Pollution is contamination by a chemical or other agent that renders part of the environment unfit for intended or desired use. Chemical pollutants have been responsible for affecting fishes, polar bears,and others animal that live in water. Although pollution affects every kind of habit, species living in water are often most affected because water spreads pollution easier than land. Although...
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