Today’s Music:
“The New Pollution” -
Beck
Chapter 15
The Human Presence
in the Ocean
“By acquiescing in an act that can cause
suffering to a living creature, who among us is
not diminished as a human being...
Pollution - U.N., 1982
Pollution is the introduction by humans, directly or
indirectly, of substances or energy into the...
Pollution - Pinet , 1998
Pollution is the introduction OR extraction by
humans, of material and energy from the
environ...
Why Should We Care???
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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Today’s Music: “The New Pollution” - Beck Chapter 15 The Human Presence in the Ocean
  • 2. “By acquiescing in an act that can cause suffering to a living creature, who among us is not diminished as a human being?” -- Rachel Carson, The Silent Spring “By acquiescing in an act that can disrupt and destroy delicate ecological balances, who among us is not diminished as a human being?” – textbook paraphrase
  • 3. Pollution - U.N., 1982 Pollution is the introduction by humans, directly or indirectly, of substances or energy into the marine environment (including estuaries) resulting in deleterious effects such as harm to living resources, hazards to human health, hindrance of marine activities including fishing, impairing quality for use of sea water and reduction of amenities.
  • 4. Pollution - Pinet , 1998 Pollution is the introduction OR extraction by humans, of material and energy from the environment, such that concentrations of these substances are raised or lowered below “natural” levels to such a degree that environmental conditions change. This contamination by direct or indirect human activity is pollution whether the impact happens to be the living or to the nonliving parts of ecosystems. e.g., erosion of the coast or a barrier island...
  • 5. Why Should We Care???