The Question???. What if the government decides to pass a new law that would allow more pollution to end up in the ocean?. Consequence #1.
What if the government
decides to pass a
new law that would
allow more pollution to
end up in the ocean?
Many marine animals would die, due to all the garbage that they ingest or choke on. It could be as simple as getting stuck in a plastic bag or being unable to breathe due to the thick layer of oil that forms on top of the water.
If someone sells us polluted seafood substances, then we could slowly become ill and we might die. Owners will probably be forced to stop selling products that contain fish. This will lead fish entrepreneurs to bankruptcy.
You could probably say could bye to all this. (If you love seafood as much as I do then you would know how much this is going to effect us.)
The polluted water will evaporate into the clouds. Then it will rain acid instead of fresh water. This water could go into the water holes where animals clean and drink from. The acids would kill the animals and plant life thus effecting the food chain heavily.
You get a whole lot of people to sign a petition. This could be done by sending one around at school, making a few websites or writing an article in the newspaper that could be signed and sent back to the government.
More Pollution Law
We are writing to tell you that numerous people would like the new law to be removed. This has had so many effects on us as well as our environment, that we can’t mention them all off by heart.
Tamica Atterbury, Kaitlyn Elliot, Luke Hehir, Stuart Finch, Garry Briggs, Luanda Pianta, Jessica Smithies, Benjamin Smithies, Maddy Thomas andJohn Samra.
Get more people to recycle. This will reduce the carbon footprint thus leaving a minor chance of the pollution being dumped into the sea. We could also get more people to use solar panels or energy saving lights.
Protesting would be a good way to send the message through loud and clear. We could protest somewhere, were local news coverage is taken. We could also protest in front of Julia Gillard’s house.
I hope you had enjoyed It. ;)