Do you think in the future we will pay for clean air?

@surfer222 (1715)
Indonesia
July 23, 2011 7:29am CST
Today i bought another gallon of mineral water. Suddenly it popped into my head today we are paying to get clean water not like when i was i kid i remember that to get a clean water we usually go to the well in the backyard of my grandparents house. We cannot get clean water for free because now our environment have already damaged. Then i start to wonder do we need to pay for clean air too in the future? so, what do you think?
5 responses
@vivamir (673)
23 Jul 11
surfer222, Thats a petrifying thought! Although I did giggle..because your post reminded me of a film with Arnold Schwarzenegger (*or however you spell it`*)..Total Recall, I think- watched it years ago..LoL
@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
24 Jul 11
thanks for commenting vivamir... when total recall was played in tv i never really paid attention to the movie... what scene that reminded you?
• Indonesia
23 Jul 11
yess i think if we dont reduce air pollution from now so lets start planting trees and keep our air clean
@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
23 Jul 11
thanks for commenting.. while i'm watching commercial i realize that even now we are starting to pay for clean air. I just watch a commercial selling an air conditioner with anti avian-flu bactery.
@beingwell (3625)
• Thailand
25 Jul 11
I hope not surfer. But because of the pollution we're emitting on our Dear Earth, it's not that far-fetched. Let's protect the environment while we still can. It's not only for us, but most especially for the next generations to come.
• Philippines
25 Jul 11
I don't think so. Where are we going to put the air? in a container? this will probably not going to happen. It is not new to everyone that our environment is getting bad all we need to do is to do our part to save our Earth.
• New Zealand
24 Jul 11
In the late 1960s, when I was working as a journalist in Japan, there were some enterprising people who were selling sniffs of oxygen to pedestrians at a busy intersection in polluted central Tokyo. I don't know whether this is still being done.