Welcome to Pollution Essay

At Pollution Essay, our goal is to empower people to create healthy and sustainable communities. Over the years, more and more people have opened their eyes to the devastating effects of climate change and just how bad pollution has truly become for our planet. But you can do your part to help!

The fight against pollution isn't just centered around one person; it's a cumulative effort that involves entire communities. It's imperative that these communities take care to ensure that all forms of pollution or potential pollution are minimized in order to help the environment thrive. But with so many types of pollution that can affect the water, air, and land around us, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to creating a more sustainable environment. That's where Pollution Essay comes in.

Our knowledgeable team can help you and your community feel more comfortable educating others about pollution and making your world a better place. We're able to accomplish this by working with community centers, libraries, schools, scout troops, and more to teach kids and adults alike about the dangers of pollution and how it's everybody's responsibility to pitch in to make the world a better place.

By educating the public about pollution and its effects on the health of the environment and the health of the public, we aim to help people make informed and responsible decisions.

Who We Are

The team at Pollution Essay has years of experience learning about the environment and teaching people of all ages. No matter what kind of lesson you'd like our team for, we're well-equipped to help you understand what you need to know.

Jeffrey Watkins

Jeffrey is the founder of Pollution Essay. As a retired high school science teacher, he understands how to talk to students and adults alike in a way that makes everybody feel good. He started Pollution Essay after taking his grandchildren on a walk through a nature preserve, where he noticed the remains of a Fourth of July party from the day before, including boxes of launched fireworks scattered everywhere and beer cans floating in the water. He decided the best way to take action was to create a way to teach those who didn't know any better to prevent this from happening more often.

Brooke Tillery

Brooke is a stay-at-home mom of three who used to teach elementary school. She has always been interested in helping the environment and is a dedicated member of her community who strives to keep it clean for the next generation. She is incredibly knowledgeable about pollution and enjoys making learning about it fun for kids so they can enjoy making the world a better place.

Rosemary Hansen

Rosemary is a community organizer who loves to work with adults. As a former teacher with multiple organizations dedicated to helping adults improve their educational and career prospects, she has a soft spot for helping adults. She's a big believer that helping people unlearn bad habits and outdated beliefs by providing them with the newest information gives them the skills to help mitigate pollution.

Simon Reid

Simon is a former Eagle Scout whose Eagle Scout project centered around creating pollution packets and worksheets for kids and teens to teach them about environmental health. He's also organized multiple cleanup days in his community and enjoys hands-on activities designed to help people truly understand how bad pollution is and what can be done to change it.

Bianca Cross

Bianca is Pollution Essay's newest team member! She's been involved in after-school environmental clubs since middle school and is eager to share her knowledge and passion with the world.