From the endless fracking today’s economy is depleting. Our natural resources are at risk every time fracking occurs. Fracking needs to be banned since it is hurting our health and that it drains our natural and limited resources required for us to sustain life. Water is an essential to living and it is a need. Without it we would be dead from the dehydration.
Endangered specie populations in Mexico Introduction: Humans have drastically modified wildlife by polluting the earth we live in. Pollution is one of the major insidious threats to the environment, it ranges from obvious action, such as dumping in rivers and lakes to sprayed undetected chemicals. However, if the effect is permanent or short term the outcome does not change. Pollution changes the balance of ecosystems which causes numerous animals to become extinct. For example, the Bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and brown pelican all became endangered or extinct prior to scientists finding out that the chemical DDT, a chemical used largely in the United States as a pesticide.
Hydraulic Fracking is a process of using miniature earthquakes inside of bedrock, to extract natural gases through the cracks it creates in the ground. While effective for removing our abundance of natural gas we carry underground in the United States, we did not start using this method until the mid 2000s. However a problem emerged from this genius idea of blowing natural fuel from the ground, a major problem that causes thousands of people unexplained water damage. Fracking has created a great deal of job opportunities, and created local investments in the area, what they didn’t foresee was the damage it would cause to the ecosystem, and more specifically the water around the fracking towers (Green Gazelle). When fracking takes place around a neighboring city, the water used by the residence becomes corrupted, brown, flammable and horrid to smell, but somehow is still safe.
That change in the weather comes from the humans bad use that they burns the dirt and the dirt smoke comes out to the air and causes many problems. Also the factories smoke it is very dangerous because it may have chemicals in it that it causes the global warming that it may ends the world not just the humans life. That because as we all know that global warming had a bad rays that is not good for humans life it kill them. The x-red and ultraviolet it destroy everything because its change the genetic combinations of it. In a website there is an article the writer talks about"The harmful effects from exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation can be classified as acute or chronic.
5. The US Coast Guard failed to provide a proper vessel tracking system. The Impact of the incident on the environment Although the Exxon Valdez oil spill does not rank highly as the largest oil spill, the impact on the environment proved to be the most disastrous. The location of the spill inside a contained body of water rather than in the open ocean resulted in the oil being sequestered causing weathering by wave action, light and bacteria to be inhibited, the seasonal timing and geographical location also influenced the severity of the impact. Effects of the spill are still evident twenty-seven years after it occurred.
Fracking is responsible for not only water quality but also for air quality since fracking frees some unhealthy chemicals to the air. Therefore, the ones who get the most negative effects are people who live gas drilling because the gas is taken by blowing off the water, sand, and chemical underground to destroy shale deposits. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) pointed out that the air polluted by fracking could causes several diseases, especially cancer.
These companies release toxic fumes into the air we breathe, and in some cases dump toxic waste into lakes and rivers directly affecting the environment, aiding to poor air quality and toxic water. According to the EPA Sumner County ranks between the 80-90% bracket for being the dirtiest/worst for having water sources with impaired or threatened uses. With the high levels of metals in the environment it is an environmental injustice. Not only are humans affected by toxic pollutants, these chemicals also pollute the homes of many fish and birds that claim home to the lakes and rivers of Sumner County. We have to make sure our fish and birds live in clean water so they can promote diversity in the
When inhaled it stops the oxygen that gets to the brain and can be life threatening. When natural gas builds up it causes explosions also. Many people use natural gas to heat their water, but there are many reports of the water being contaminated and making people sick and their animals sick due to natural gas water heaters exploding. If a water heater explodes it can contaminate many water supplies not just one, if in town the water will contaminate some if not all of the households and it could expand further out. Today fracking in the United States is very common and very helpful, fracking produces natural gas which is used to fuel vehicles, heat homes and businesses, and is also used to cook with, although natural gas has its perks it also is a tad bit dangerous if not consumed correctly.
• When a volcano erupts it releases gasses like sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide, and also releases solid material and all those are dangerous to the human health to an extent that mortality can occur and also plants and animals can be harmed by the substances and solid materials. • Geysers produces hydrogen, arsenic and heavy metals. • Digestive gasses digestion from animals like cattle produces gasses like methane. • Dust from deserts and other areas with little or no vegetation, cause air pollution during windy days or seasons. Page 5 of 6 CEC3701_S2_Assignment
Fracking Company gave millions of American new job opportunity. Although Everett argues that it’s not hard to properly release gas from shale without polluting waterbeds, Studies have showed the methane in drinking water near drilling areas. Fracking seems an example of negative externalities and missing business sector signs, to which the suitable reaction is unrealistic to be either forbiddance. Rumpler kind of agrees towards the end of reading that the banning would not be a great idea but surely we should not think of expanding this business. If they do ban, price on natural gas, heating price will all go up as Everett