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1. pollution we are discharging into our rivers and 2. lakes is causing long term damage to 3. world’s ecosystems. A large proportion of 4. damage we inflict is, in reality, avoidable. For example, widespread usage of 5. biodegradable washing powder would reduce 6. negative effect we have.
Human activity has also contributed enormously to air pollution, especially from 7. vehicles we drive which emit 8. fumes harmful to 9. environment. Many governments are now introducing legislation to reduce the number of older cars on the road as these cause more problems than newer models. For example, in 10. Japan it is rare to see 11. car of more than 4 or 5 years old being driven as changes in vehicle registration laws have made it exceptionally expensive to drive anything other than 12. relatively new car.