Are the disasters that befall the planet a warning of the end of life on it?

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Planet Earth was created suitably for human life on it.It also fulfilled all human needs of food, clothing, clean air and fresh water, just as we do not forget that God created this planet in the most beautiful image so that man can enjoy the beautiful scenery.
But man by nature loves to manipulate the components of this precious planet. Sometimes he cuts trees and other times, and he destroys mountains and dries up lakes.
And we don't forget the most destructive thing for this planet is wars, including military and biological ones.
After the emergence of several signs, including the Corona virus, floods, fires, and many many.
Many questions remain in my mind.
Are we witnessing the death of the planet Earth?
Are there ways to revive him and return to life?
Are these disasters a punishment from planet Earth to us?
Dear readers, let us participate together in discussing this important topic that concerns our whole life and most importantly it is related to the life of the planets Earth.

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  • British Council.jpg objective_flower | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    The other type is water pollution, this is caused by pouring industrial waste and poisonous chemicals into rivers and seas, also ships tankers that spill oil in to seas and oceans,all of this makes water unhealthy to drink, and this also has harmful effects on fish that people eat.The other type is water pollution, this is caused by pouring industrial waste and poisonous chemicals into rivers and seas, also ships tankers that spill oil in to seas and oceans,all of this makes water unhealthy to drink, and this also has harmful effects on fish that people eat.The other type is water pollution, this is caused by pouring industrial waste and poisonous chemicals into rivers and seas, also ships tankers that spill oil in to seas and oceans,all of this makes water unhealthy to drink, and this also has harmful effects on fish that people eat.The other type is water pollution, this is caused by pouring industrial waste and poisonous chemicals into rivers and seas, also ships tankers that spill oil in to seas and oceans,all of this makes water unhealthy to drink, and this also has harmful effects on fish that people eat.What is the most dangerous pollution in you opinion?
    How can we avoid pollution before it happens?

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  • British Council.jpg objective_flower | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Sep 2021

    What is the most dangerous pollution in you opinion?
    How can we avoid pollution before it happens?

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    1. British Council.jpg generous_explanation | Futures Hurghada Language School | Egypt
      objective_flower's comment 19 Sep 2021

      Air pollution is the most devastating in my opinion. Humans and multiple animals need air to breath but when man destroy it that can cause the risk of multiple diseases such as lung cancer , strokes and much more .
      How to avoid pollution before it happens ?
      •Don't use plastic bags .
      • recycle and reuse .
      • plant trees if possible !!
      • don't burn garbage.

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  • British Council.jpg chatty_cicada | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    14 Sep 2021

    The news headlines are bleak. A male pilot whale died on a beach in Thailand after swallowing 80 plastic bags, pictures of turtles stuck in hexagonal plastic rings, a sad picture of a baby seahorse clinging to plastic earbuds that spread like wildfire. Plastic products flood beaches around the world daily - from Indonesia to the coasts of West Africa, and waterways in cities are increasingly plagued by plastic waste.

    But solving this will require more than just building better solid waste management systems. Rather, everyone should be involved in solving this problem and individual actions are important.

    Here are five things you can do - start today - to end plastic pollution:

    Say no to plastic bags

    It is estimated that about one million plastic bags are used every minute, and one plastic bag can take 1,000 years to degrade. Over the past two decades, more countries and cities have either banned plastic bags (including Rwanda and California) or imposed duties and taxes on them (such as Ireland and Washington, DC) in an effort to discourage people from opting for plastic. These measures have had varying degrees of success, but you can take an example by using a reusable bag when shopping. And it won't be nylon or polyester because they are also plastic materials - choose a bag made of cotton instead.

    Use a recyclable water bottle

    Did you know that humans now buy an estimated one million plastic bottles every minute, and that most of these bottles are not recyclable? How many of these bottles did you buy this week? Here's a quick win... Put your water or any beverage you take into a recyclable bottle. Keep a recyclable flask in your bag, and put two things on your desk - a mug for hot drinks, and a mug/cup for cold drinks. Plastic bottles, which are usually made of polyethylene terephthalate, take more than 400 years to decompose naturally.

    Do not use plastic straws

    Plastic straws are among the most abundant plastic materials found in seas worldwide, and generally cannot be recycled. You can express your opinion as a customer in restaurants and cafes by refusing to use plastic straws and stirrers. Help transition to popsicles, as Starbucks and McDonald's have begun, or discontinue popsicles entirely. If it's inevitable to use straws, carry your own. Metal and bamboo straws are now more widely available.

    Do not use plastic cutlery

    Do you order ready-made meals? Ask the seller not to give you plastic cutlery. Catering? Use reusable cutlery (plates and cups). became France.

    Make better choices at home

    Choose eco-friendly alternatives at home by choosing products with less plastic packaging. Stay away from the culture of waste Avoid cosmetics and personal hygiene products that contain microbeads Microbeads, a type of microplastics, are tiny dots in your toothpaste and facial cleansing products. New research shows the increasing damage caused by microbeads to marine life, which could potentially harm human health. Research more before you buy clothes that contain microfibers. Often when these substances are washed, they release microfibers into the water, which make their way into the oceans, and they can then be ingested by fish and other marine organisms.

    Today, we ask you to join the movement to get rid of plastic. These five relatively simple actions can revolutionize our relationship with plastic. Let's use our voices and our behaviors to stop the tide of plastic pollution. Perhaps then we will read stories about pristine beaches and happy turtles.

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