Topics: Pollution, Environmentalism, Air pollution Pages: 2 (593 words) Published: May 1, 2013
Describe ways to reduce pollution
Nowadays, pollution is becoming a more serious problem. There are many ways to reduce pollution, such as reducing cars usage, controlling domestic waste and recycling using, scientifically using eco-friendly resource and the government and companies should perform some new rules and plans to stop the pollution behaviour.

One of the main reasons of pollution is transport, people should use more public transport and reducing personal cars usage. Nowadays, more and more people want to buy cars with increasing economy. Personal cars are regarded as the first choice transport. Some families even have more than one cars for themself. That strongly causes air pollution. “The connection between improved air quality and life expectancy was stronger in more urban and densely popular regions.” ( Gutierrez, 2012 ). People should pay attention to the transport pollution that is closely connected to the air. Encouraging riding on a public bus is one of the best ways to solve the air pollution.

Another way to reducing pollution is reducing domestic waste that plays important role in polluting the environment at present and people should learn how to recycle using. Majority of domestic waste can cause a serious pollution to the environment. People should be aware of importance of reducing domestic waste. In addition, people should go to the supermarket with their own bags to decrease packing. Some domestic waste should be separated by people who can use different color bins to divide. (Jemison, 1985)

Further, scientifically using green resources has many forms, such as planting more trees, stoping using aerosol sprays, using less fertilizers and pesticides and using renewable resources. “Over the past few decades, there has been a recognition of the growing need for different forms of energy outside of fossil fuels.” that is claimed by Greene and Morrissey, in 2013. Using fertilizers and pesticides pollute the ground and cannot recycle...
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