Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about pollution. One of the biggest problems the world is now dealing with is pollution. The degradation of the quality of the air, water, and soil is caused by the introduction of dangerous contaminants into the ecosystem.
As human civilization developed, humans created tools and things to make life easier. We began to abuse nature and pollute it throughout this process. The melting of Antarctic glaciers as a result of global warming is a problem we are currently experiencing.
In addition to harming the environment, pollution also spreads illnesses that have the potential to eradicate all living things. Water quality has decreased and aquatic life has been wiped off by toxic substances dumped into the environment. Asthma and other lung conditions are brought on by the emission of toxic gasses into the atmosphere.
More and more laws are being established to reduce pollution, and governments all around the world have embraced them. However, simply laws and regulations cannot aid in pollution control since each individual has a responsibility to take independent action to reduce pollution. Additionally, it is important that young children learn about pollution and how it affects both the environment and their future.
To sum up my speech, I would like to emphasize that all forms of pollution harm the environment, animals, and people. People must bring important decisions for a brighter future. Since pollution puts many innocent lives in danger, we should take part in efforts to combat and manage this issue. As a team, we can reduce pollution. Thank you.