My Remarkable Trip to Kuwait: Part 8


The Persian Gulf, also known as the Arabian Gulf, is beautiful from a distance; however, something very sad is happening to it. The Persian Gulf is polluted from oil spills and waste.

People spill large amounts of oil into the Persian Gulf, causing marine life to be harmed. Pollution in the Persian Gulf is getting even worse. And to make matters even worse than they already are, people are throwing waste such as plastics, metal containers, wood, tires, scrapped vehicles, and oil sludge into the Persian Gulf. What is happening to the Persian Gulf is a tragedy, and that is why I am writing this; I want to help environmental problems like pollution stop.

So even if we cannot help the Persian Gulf, I want to make sure that other bodies of water like this one stay clean, happy, and healthy, and go without pollution. What I want you to do about pollution and other environmental problems is very simple; I just ask that you keep our bodies of water around the globe safe from pollution. Please use the Persian Gulf as an example of what will happen to other bodies of water if we pollute them like the Persian Gulf. Please tell others what will happen to the bodies of water if we pollute them because it doesn’t just affect the water; it affects the marine life also!

Thank you for making what I am hoping, and I’m sure you are too, a big difference. Even though some people will not care about saving our bodies of water, hopefully they will at least care about saving the marine life in them.

Thank you for reading and please, please, please for the sake of marine life, tell others what will happen if we pollute our bodies of water…because if we pollute our bodies of water we can’t just go to the store and buy new ones.

Thanks again. Check back often.

Please note that information in this post came from this website.


6 thoughts on “My Remarkable Trip to Kuwait: Part 8

  1. This is a really great message, Rosie. We all can do a lot to stop water pollution, just by picking up our trash and not throwing it on the ground so it can make its way to our rivers, lakes, and the ocean. Our earth’s waters will teem with life if we do our best to protect the. Thanks for this message reminder. Love you.

  2. Hi, Rosie! This is great! We can all do our part to protect our waters by picking up trash and disposing of it properly, recycling whenever possible, and not using pesticides and fertilizers on our lawns and gardens that will run off into the groundwater. Every little bit helps. Good to see that you’re enjoying your stay in Kuwait. Love you, sweetie.

  3. Well done Rosie. When you have a passion for the things you write about you will have strong writing abilities. This is very well done. This is an experience of a lifetime, being in Kuwait with your Aunt and Uncle, you will never forget. Enjoy every minute! Love Always, Aunt Suzie

  4. Rosie, its very inspiring what you’re trying to convey here, this kind of message is something that a lot of young people are not aware about, and even me myself are just beginning to really become aware of, and I’m in college! I’ll be sure to spread the word. Hope youre doing well. Love you! (Cousin Mel)

  5. Hi Rosie,
    I just read your article and you have a great point to make. I’m glad to see you taking an interest and an active role in caring for our planet. I will do everything I can to help you in your endeavor.
    Love you.
    Aunt Pat

  6. Hi Rosie! It is inspiring to see you using this trip as such a wonderful opportunity to learn about other people and places, and to use you ability as a writer to share what you know. Kids CAN make a huge difference. There is a proverb that goes something like: “We do not inherit the earth from our parents; we borrow it from our children.” Keep up the good work! We love and miss you, Louise and Casey

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