Blue Marble Research Paper

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Introduction Blue Marble doesn’t need much care before the start of the Industrial revolution, but instead of caring about our environment humans tried to save themselves form “themselves”. The use of all sort of cleansing agents were increased weather it is to clean tables, floors, or on our own. Then the time came of flies, bugs and other mutant insects and pests, So for the new poisons to kill them. But the thing which we as humans miss is that everything in this world has the negative attached to the positive, by default. Nowadays every house has these chemicals as their basic necessities whether it is a pesticide, rat kill, or just a floor cleaner or drain cleaner, which lead to the increase of household hazardous wastes and more importantly, not having the enough knowledge to dispose it off correctly if we are using it. Hazardous chemicals present immediate or long-term risks to humans, animals, plants and the environment in overall.…show more content…
According to the (The Columbia University College of Physicians& Surgeons) More than 7 million accidental poisonings occur each year in the U.S., with more than 75% involving children under age 6. If we watch the Toronto Indoor Air Conference held in 1990 the 15 years of study concluded that the women who work at home have a 54% higher death rate from canccer than those who work away from home, the direct result of the much higher expouser rate to toxic chemicals in common household products. The report in 1985 from Environmental Protection Agency clearly mentions that the toxic chemicals in household cleaners are three times more likely to cause cancer than the air pollution. Talking about the indoor air pollution, it is being polluted a lot by pesticides chemicals that are used to kill or control pests which include bacteria, fungi and other organisms, in addition to insects and rodents. Pesticides are inherently

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