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Human is damaging the Earth

TOEFL Essay Topic 29 - Some people believe that the Earth is being harmed (damaged) by human activity. Others feel that human activity makes the Earth a better place to live. What is your opinion? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Author: shabnam | Date: December 17, 2016 | Score:5

Most people believe that human activities have made a large number of improvements to the quality of life on earth; however, researchers have demonstrated that side-effects of these activities weigh more. In the same way, my opinion is that most changes caused by human beings result in irreparabl...

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Human activities Score: 4.5 October 31st, 2016 by Yoichiro Hayashi

It is widely accepted that human activities contribute our society. we have been developing some things. For example we developed solar power generation which generate electric but take care about the environment. We have an aspect that to live together to other environment. However, we have been contaminated the earth significantly. I believe that our harmful activities are so serious than the activities that we makes this planet better place,I explicate my most outstanding reasons.
One reason coming to mind at first is that we drove many species into endangered because of our selfish reasons. For example , in Africa, many rhinos killed by hunter because horn is very expensive. There are a lot of species that be endangered because people earn money.
Another equally noteworthy point in supporting my idea is that during we develop our civilization, we contaminated the earth. For instance, today, many plants emit harmful gusses everyday. It cause global warming and reduce the amount of ice in the south pole.
Then pole bear is suffered that there is not sufficient place to live.
The last but not least is that we also harm the earth during war.
I believe that we aware these above reasons, but we unconsciously harm the earth.
For instance 1945 United States dropped atomic bombs on Japan.
These series of activities not only killed people but also other species and contaminated soil and river and sea by emitting radioactivity.
Like that we harm the environment during war which is not related to other species.
To sum up, if one were to take a cursory look at the aforementioned reasons, one would reach the somber conclusion that human activities harmed the earth significant.
We should be conscious more that the living things that live on the earth is not only us.

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