Environment is the surroundings and influences upon things including humans. These are many things happening individually or all at once. E.g. Light, temperature, water and interactions (other living things). Looking further, it has become popular to find that after the Sun, Moon and Stars the largest influence is us (human beings).
Wasting is something we’re all fond of doing; it has become a very popular issue in my city. Whether arising from lack of time to consume, or greed driven. The council is stopping land fill, and having household waste collected in groups i.e. Glass, metal, food waste, plastic and paper. This assures quick delivery to recycling plants to be materially reproduced. There are also such bins in the city Centre and large banks at shopping centers. Also there are laws that are enforcing hard crackdowns on litterbugs and fly-tippers.
A global issue I would like to raise is extinction of species. Although natural selection is still the main drive of existence, and the fact 99.9% of species ever existing are now extinct. The last 2-3 hundred years of man is definitely a contributing factor. Hawaii, only habited for 2000 years is accountable to 70% of the extinctions in USA, and 75% of the endangered species list. Over harvesting, pollution and general habitat destruction for development are harsh reality. Even though the monitoring from the ICUN and the establishment of various trusts to help. It’s clearly evident that we are a dangerous existence trying to kill its environment and itself. (250 words) Q.2. (a)
Since 1978 there have been 4 main sources of CO2 emissions from houses in Gt. Britain, and they have been recorded and displayed by defra every ten years since.
The gas emission has steadily increased from 39M tonnes in ’78 through 55 M tonnes in ’88, and leveling off as 63M tonnes in ’98 and 64M tonnes in ’08. This shows that gas usage as a source of fuel for heating of homes