Our World

Smith, Kristen
February 1993
21st Century;Feb93, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p24
The article discusses the negative implications of industrial revolution to the environment. According to the article, industrial smoke has caused too much pollution to the air as well as destroyed the wildlife. In addition, the author states that people should begin solving the problem through picking up wastes, get involved in greenpeace movements, and having commitment to live in harmony with animals and the land.


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