How to Save Our Environment

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The environment as we know it, isn't as green and luscious as it should be. There are steel monsters that block out the sun, huffing out dangerous smoke, and leaking out poisonous chemicals into rivers and streams, vehicles pumping out harmful fumes, people disposing of waste in a way that isn't safe/right and all other kinds of sources that ruin the planet. With the current environmental issues that plague the environment and planet, people need to do what they can to help save the Earth.

We cannot depend on a higher authority now. The Hopenhagen summit which I'm sure many of you are aware of, held in Copenhagen in the year 2009, did nothing to solve or procure methods for the damages done to the planet. We are still living the way we are, with people oblivious to matters at hand.

Take a look around you the next time you step into a city choking with smoke and noise, and ask yourself if is this is how you want to live out the rest of your life. Set an example to others by being the first to change, before you speak up for change. It's a chain reaction that hopefully will catch on soon when it comes to saving what's left of the planet.

Ways to Save Our Environment

With global warming on the rise, it's no news that this has been an age-old concern for us all. No one stopped to really do anything about it, so now we step in to set an example and be that change.

Make Use of Garbage Disposals
You see those big dumpsters dotting street corners, and those trash cans lined up against sidewalks? They're not there to put up a show, but for you to notice them and drop in your waste. It's sad when someone litters without the thought of 'let me hold on to this until I spot a trash can'. We need to consciously tell ourselves - that what little we do, does count. So the next time you get that urge to toss that gum or chocolate wrapper out the car window, or 'accidentally' drop it as you walk down the street - ask yourself how much waste you've been contributing...
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