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The Truly Horrific Impact of Pollution on Earth (35 pics)

Posted in Picdumps   24 Apr 2015   / 6173 views

The human population is responsible for a mass amount frightening damage to Earth. These images will shock and disgust you.


Tortoise Trapped By Plastic

Turtle Trapped In Plastic Waste Couldn't Grow

Koala Lost Her Home

Bird In Oil Spill

Fake Hong Kong Skyline For Tourists

Stork Trapped In Plastic

He Spends Each Morning Looking For Recyclable Plastic That He Can Sell For 35 Cents Per Kilo To Help His Family 

Oiled Penguins

Seal's Nose Trapped In Plastic Waste

Boy Swimming In Polluted Water In India 
Child Drinks Water From Stream In Fuyuan County, Yunnan Province 
Suffering Seal Not Safe In Its Own Habitat 
Worker Cleans Away Dead Fish At A Lake In Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province 
Man Cleans Up Oil Spill In Dalian Port, Liaoning 
Girl Walks Through Smog In Beijing, Where Small-Particle Pollution Is 40 Times Over International Safety Standard 
Child Swims In A Polluted Reservoir, Pingba 
Boy Swims In Algae-filled Water, Qingdao, Shandong 

Great Wall Of China, Shame

A Mute Swan Builds A Nest Using Plastic Garbage
Surfing On A Wave Full Of Trash In Java (Indonesia), The World’s Most Populated Island 
Ken River Oil Field, California (USA) – Exploited Since 1899 
Residents Look At A Heavily Polluted River, Zhugao, Sichuan Province 

Landscape Full Of Trash In Bangladesh

Landfill In Accra (Ghana). Our Electronic Rubbish Usually Ends Up In Third-world Countries
Plastic Bag Floats In The Sea Off The Philippines. Ocean Plastic Has Turned Up Literally Everywhere - In The Deep Sea And Buried In Arctic Ice 

Frog In Polluted Water

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Comments (5):

gigantes 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
hell turned out to be right here on earth.
ArxFerrum 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
It doesn't have to be like this... and we really don't have to spin the clock back to the dark ages to clean our room or... um, planet.

Recycle; most especially plastics and glass. It could be done and it would make quite a difference. Of course, we would have to become a far more responsible species... and it might cost a little more time and effort than tossing water bottles out the car window.

What we lack is leadership that doesn't prefer profit and politics over common sense.
gigantes 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
that's all very well, but the problems consistently outpace the solutions and the consequences are getting worse all the time.

this is what several of the messages in that other thread were getting at-- that every technological step forward brings with it a greater step backwards in terms of consequences.

one small example-- plastic recycling for example is in rough waters right now. due to very low oil prices, the costs of plastic recycling are around equal to the profits... or even more.

we are years and years behind where we needed to be with green energy and pollution control, and of course, every country has their own opinion on the matter which usually relates to their economic priorities. it's a total mess, with the probability of it being 'fixed' on the global scale pretty much laughably unlikely.
ArxFerrum 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Like I said... it's all mixed with profits and politics. Until that is finally put away, there will be no common focus.

As a species, we are the house divided and that's exactly the way we are kept.
#24 is not electronic, its the plastic leftovers from electronics, as the circuit boards, and components are all stripped, and processed for precious metals