Nicole cox, Composition II media project
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Pollution info
PollutionAll types of pollution–air, water and soil pollution – have an impact on the living environment.
Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals , particulate matter,or biological materials that cause harm or discomfort to humansor other living organisms, or cause damage to the naturalenvironment or built environment, into the atmosphere.
The pollution of our water resources can have serious and wide-rangingeffects on the environment and human health. The immediate effects ofwater pollution can be seen in water bodies and the animal and plant lifethat inhabits them. Pollution poisons and deforms fish and other animals,unbalances ecosystems and causes a reduction in biodiversity.
Imagine If the Indians traveled to the future!
Increasing development and, over-taxed wastewatertreatment systems mean that when it rains, untreatedsewage and polluted stormwater pour directly into riversfrom sewage treatment plants and dirty streets and parkinglots.
Pictures By:• http://www.dosomething.org/files/pictures/p ollution.jpg• http://soundingoffonpollution.yolasite.com/re sources/coastal_pollution.jpg• http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/m edia-live/photos/000/001/cache/fen-river- pollution_155_600x450.jpg
Audio By:• Chandmani Nutag• Jaya Semara• Los Angeles Northern Singers• “Ode to Joy” No.9 by Ludwig Van Beethoven• The DAN AIR Scottish Pipe Band• Seckou Keita• Busta Rhymes• OutKast
Sources• Epa.gov• http://www.americanrivers.org/our- work/clean-water• www.nature.org/GlobalWarming• environment.nationalgeographic.com/.../glo bal.../pollution-overview/Edited By Jacob Holliman