Sunday, 18 October 2015

Realize The Situation: Wake Up Before It’s Too Late

It is a fact, which needs to be revised that the whole living world depends on environment for their survival.  But many of the Earth’s ecosystems are nearing censorious tipping points of exhaustion or irreversible changes.

It has been evaluated that by 2050, if the current consumption and production patterns remain the same and with the ascending population, which is expected to reach 9.6 billion, we will need three planets to succor our ways of living and consumption.

In the past decade India had seen a rapid economic growth, which has proven to be beneficial from every aspect. But the flip side, of the development is bore by the environment. Our natural resources like coal, water, forest and ecosystem have degraded and the scarcity is growing day-by-day. We should adopt biomass briquettes made from briquette plant, as it is one the most efficient way to handle and convert waste into solid fuel.

A new report by the World Bank finds that environmental degradation costs India $ 80 billion per year or 5-7 % of its economy. It is a serious concern, which needs to be addressed on a serious note.

We need to take strong initiative in our day-today life also in order to build a better world. We can do such things to protect environment like-

• Encourage better administration and public transportation, which will save fuel. Motivate car pooling as it helps to cut down the fuel consumption.

• Encourage briquettes usage, as it ensures proper utilization of waste material and provides cheap fuel. They are made from agro-waste material and it ensures the no chemical is used.

• Recycle electronic waste as electronic or e-waste is a growing environmental problem and encourage use of recyclable products.

• Mining and metal processing need to be reduced and awareness and concerns of environment need to be raised.

The resulting environmental degradation is posing concerns over the livelihood also. In a nut shell, it can be summed up that we humans are eating away our own life support systems at an alarming rate and we need to wake up before it’s too late.

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