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The article “Shocking photo shows Caribbean Sea being ‘choked to death by human waste’” discusses marine plastic pollution discovered off the coast of Honduras by a photographer. The purpose of the article is to inform readers about this particular incidence of marine plastic pollution. The evidence used in the article is photography and the photographer’s personal account of what she saw on this photography excursion. The plastic waste is described as consisting mostly of everyday household items – things like forks, spoons, bottles, chip bags, toothbrushes, flip-flops and more.

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The CBC news article “Proposed clearcut near pending expansion of protected wilderness area sparks concern” discusses a proposed 20 hectare logging harvest adjacent to 150 hectares of wilderness area awaiting protected area designation by the Nova Scotia Department of Environment. The stakeholders involved include local residents and recreationalists; environmentalists and environmental organizations; aboriginals and the state.

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