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The thing that I would like to put into room 101 is air pollution.

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´╗┐Room 101 The thing that I would like to put into room 101 is air pollution. Air pollution presents such a big environmental threat in many parts of the world. It includes a variety of different harmful chemicals and gases released from our vehicles and factories that make our air dirty. Vehicles, for example, are the biggest source of air pollution, and in some Asian states like India and China life in some cities is almost unbearable because of tremendous air pollution resulting from cars. ...read more.

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Furthermore these damaging pollutants reduce the ozone layer, making it thinner and therefore opening the door for harmful ultraviolet rays, and increasing chance of us developing skin cancer; as well as causing the polar ice caps to melt and flood the whole world! The most obvious negative effect that air pollution has is the effect that it has on our health. ...read more.

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each year from causes directly attributable to air pollution, mostly from different respiratory diseases, but these can also lead to heart and lung problems. Acid rains are yet another negative example that air pollution has on our environment. Acid rains corrode magnificent ancient monuments, destroy habitats of many animals, pollute water and soil by affecting their acidity, and in general do great amounts of damage to many ecosystems. So that?s why I think that air pollution should go into room 101. ...read more.

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