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Old 09-25-2007, 04:31 AM
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its fact that the pollution of land, water and air is increasing day by day and it will have very drastic effects on all types of lives, so what type of procedure we should adopt to cut down the pollution level at global scale??

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I don't think there is one simple solution that could work on a global scale. Each country has to create multiple solutions based on what kind and how much pollution they have currently.
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I think the solution is education and awareness. We should make people around us aware about it. Same as this website doing.
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First think to look for will be fuel replacement, mainly the fuels used by industries and vehicles. what say?
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First think to look for will be fuel replacement, mainly the fuels used by industries and vehicles. what say?
not only that recycling helps a lot, let's try to make this world a healthy place to live.
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This is easier to say than do. Many people around me seem to be aware of the fact but still don't act in a way to improve things. And, sadly, many people don't care.

Awareness and education? May be a good solution, especially for young people. And a good way to make people notice it's important to protect the nature and it's resources is to be a good example.
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If we all use energy, transport and other goods and services more carefully, we can reduce harmful emissions to our air, land and water. Everyday choices have the power to make a difference, and help protect our environment for future.
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If we all use energy, transport and other goods and services more carefully, we can reduce harmful emissions to our air, land and water. Everyday choices have the power to make a difference, and help protect our environment for future.
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Could you be more specific? I see alot of subjective terms and am not certain you guys know what you're complaining about.
In fact - in the western world air and water emissions have decreased substantially over the last 4 or 5 decades. With the fall of the Soviet republic and its satellites, their emissions have also dropped exponentially. Certainly environmental emissions in China and India are substantially more significant than before.
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We should find a way where everyone can convert all waste to useful energy.
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