it is everyone's duty to protect the environment !act ,please!

@peisiyi (125)
China
March 31, 2007 2:15am CST
just now,i read a news in the website,says that a country is developing a machine extract the polluted water,and now this kid of machine is being launched into the market.apparently,which is a good sign that the country's businessmaen have notice the profit in term of the environmental protection.on the oter hand,the market action is also reflect the fact that human is facing the seriousness of the deteriroating environment.water,air,land etc,is essential to our lives,suppose,one day,all of these pricious living elements disappear,who wil saves ue,god?so,we should begine to realise the seriousness of the situation that we are facing,and active policy revelant to be anact to aviod the collapse of the earth,just like the bussinessmen above who engaged in the action .no matter what their purposes are.after all,the result is conducive to the environmental protection .here,i hope everyone notice this post can jion the acton and contribute to the work on the protection .world is promising to be a wonderful future,i firmly believe!
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@banta78 (4335)
• India
31 Mar 07
I feel if we have to control the pollution of various resources be water, air, land then we have to protect our environment collectively. Governments of all developed and developing countries should formulate global action plan where by they should reduce carbon emissions in their countries by use better advanced environmental friendly technology, then citizens should be encouraged to use environment friendly fuels ike CNG for vehicles. then we should biofuels and other cleaner technologies too. People should be discouraged to use plastics, encouraged to use public transport to commute. Everybody should plant trees and save forests which is essential. Then renewable sources of energy like solar power, wind power, hydro power should be used to generate electricity and meet energy needs of industry and common man. If all these steps are taken urgently then only environment protection would be possible.
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@peisiyi (125)
• China
1 Apr 07
good job. your analysis is so concrete that i have to give you a big +.even so ,i have to point out a n issue that,to my knowledge,the treay signed among all the conturies in a statment involving the limitation of the gas emission in the developed countries.but ,to my surprise ,exclude the developing countries to abide by the rules .it seems that it is not reasonable items fot the enviromental protection.if no constraint to the developing countries the extent of the pollution will even more serious than today is .you know,lacking of the high tech ,they must focus only on the economic growth in stead of the dealing with the envirnment.this implies the threat of the envirnment in the future.
• Philippines
31 Mar 07
If there are serious guys about environmental protection, they will be coming from the poor countries. The rich countries are the oil producing countries. Why on earth will they ever endeavor for those gadgets which will truly deter the effects of pollution? They are even spending millions or maybe billions of dollars just so as the solar power and windmill projects will not pull through in large scale use. Why is this? Because, it will cause a drastic drop in the oil prices, which is brought about by a drop in the demand for the oil products. Thus less demand, less sales, less income, and much, much less profit. I hope you will be able to pick it up from here...
@peisiyi (125)
• China
31 Mar 07
who will be willing to see the situation that the low oil price ,the less sales the less income ?the answer is the oil maker country.do you think the developed countries will against the solar power or the windmill project to replace the consumption of the oil ?i don't think the developed countries is the role to object the implemement of making the non pollution power in a more large scale.the one who is worried about the drop of the consumption of oil is major Arabe countries ,not the developed countries
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