Heartbreaking Photos Of Pollution That Will Change The Way You Live


We have a wonderful planet. Thousands of spectacular landscapes, natural phenomena and millions of life forms. We all know that it is impossible to be indifferent to our planet, but we are really doing that.




We have a wonderful planet. Thousands of spectacular landscapes, natural phenomena and millions of life forms. We all know that it is impossible to be indifferent to our planet, but we are really doing that. Our behavior is terrible with earth. We think the earth tolerates everything, but the impact of humans is devastating. For example, we release 640,000 tons of ocean-going fishing trips each year, which takes 600 years to decompose. Thousands of animals are caught in them and they have no escape routes. In this article, we are talking about the tragic story of the earth.

Koala Doesn’t Know What To Do After Losing Her Home To Deforestation

Trees are cut down every day to simply produce more trash.

 This Is What Happens To Birds During An Oil Spill


Photo Credit: Charlie Riedel

Surfer Rides Through A Wave Full Of Trash In Java (Indonesia), The Most Populated Island In The World


Photo Credit: populationspeakout.org

Landscape In Bangladesh Is Full Of Trash

If we don’t make changes now the whole world will look like this someday…


Photo Credit: populationspeakout.org

 This Young Boy Spends His Mornings Searching Through Pollution For Recyclable Plastics His Family Can Sell For 35 Cents Per Kilo


Photo Credit: George Steinmetz

 Poor Penguins Covered In Oil


Photo Credit: John Hrusa

Pollution In Hong Kong Is So Bad They Have A Fake Skyline For Tourists To Take Pictures With


Photo Credit: Molly Smith

Landfill In Accra (Ghana). We Pay Developing Countries To Take Our Toxic Electrical Garbage


Photo Credit: populationspeakout.org

Young Boy In India Swims In Polluted Waters

 Dry ‘River’ In Northern Bali, When It Rains Mass Amounts Of Plastic Wash Out To Sea


Photo Credit: Katie Pip

 Child Drinks From Polluted Stream In Fuyuan, County, Yunnan Province

A child drinks water near a stream in Fuyuan county, Yunnan province March 20, 2009. World Water Day will be observed on March 22. Picture taken March 20, 2009. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

Fishermen Row A Boat In The Algae-filled Chaohu Lake In Hefei, Anhui Province


Jianan Yu

 Boy Swims In Algae-filled Water, Qingdao, Shandong


Reuters

Worker Cleans Away Dead Fish At A Lake In Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei Province


Reuters

Boy Tries To Avoid Scattered Rubbish Floating On A Flooded Street In Shantou, Guangdong Province


Reuters


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