biggest man made environmental disasters

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Biggest Man Made Environmental Disasters

Biggest Man Made Environmental Disasters
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In Derweze, Turkmenistan, a drilling rig made by Soviet geologists in 1971 gave way to a large hole measuring 70 meters in diameter, exposing a large methane gas reservoir. Fearing the environmental impact due to the substantial methane gas release; the geologists decided to burn it off. Unfortunately, the gas is still burning today.

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Pacific Gyre Garbage Patch
Deep water horizon BP oil spill
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