Why Is Pollution a Problem?

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Pollution has numerous effects on people and the environment as a whole. Air pollution, for example, has been known to negatively impact human health and cause burning eyes, coughs, breathing problems and even death. Water pollution on its part, can lead to the death of aquatic organisms due harmful to chemicals.
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Air pollution is destroying the earths ozone layer. Smoke from cars, airplanes, fireworks, factories, bombs, nuclear waste, trash, and fires all cause air pollution.
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