It will also talk about what we can do to slow down, and hopefully stop pollution in these lakes. Environmental Issues There are many issues that have to deal with pollution. Everything from algae to the supply of water we need to survive is affected by pollution. The Great Lakes makes up one fifth of the world’s fresh water and this one fifth is now being polluted. The destruction of the area and the increase in pollution has increased since the 1960’s.
About 20 percent of the 10,000 fish we have known or do know are extinct due to the high levels of pollutants in rivers and lakes today. Unless we act upon this issue of stormwater runoff, many more of the species of freshwater fish will also become
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Many big lakes and rivers are being seriously polluted and half of the wetlands in the world are disappearing. Water Bourne diseases have been a leading source of death because 7 million people don’t have access to clean pure water. We need to conserve as much water as possible because there are thousands of people in the world that are dying of dehydration which is actually a major cause of illness in the world. My community is... ... middle of paper ... ... we all contribute in helping conserve water then we can make a huge difference for the environment. About 75 percent of water in Tampa bay is being used indoors.
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