THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION(THE DEATH OF FISH) IN IRAQ
AbstractMany people around the world can recall having walked on the street and seen smoke in the air or having walked on the beach and seen countless pop cans popping in the sand. This common event is known worldwide as pollution which is described as the occasion in which the land, air, and water become filthy with several pollutants affecting the plant life and other organisms that live in these conditions. The increasing percentage of pollution around the world has created alternative methods that are commonly used to stop the growing epidemic. Among growing increase of conventional pollutants the environmentalists and other world organizations have invented the three R systems that represent the three greener alternatives to polluting. The three are R’s are recycle, reuse, and reduce all of which are aimed at reducing our impact on the environment around us.
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Sundus Jasim Shaaibith. (2020). THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION(THE DEATH OF FISH) IN IRAQ. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(9), 7867-7875. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/5673