DEPLETION OF RIVERS CAUSED BY HUMANS AND HOW TO PREVENT IT.

DEPLETION OF RIVERS CAUSED BY HUMANS AND HOW TO PREVENT IT.

0 have signed. Let’s get to 100!
At 100 signatures, this petition is more likely to be featured in recommendations!
keerthan Mandava started this petition to BRINGING AWERNESS IN PEOPLE

As along the years passing by humans,the ecological awareness has increased because there are many creatures are being endangered in this world  the main cause here is pollution, in the past people never really cared about the environment as they were only caring about the human enhancement, so because of this the dust, smoke and all other harmful gases caused the pollution. So this is how the natural environment are depleting. The main cause of keeping this petition is to protect the motherland of nature, but mostly about rivers as they are  "the veins'' of the the motherland.

The talk here is to construct the best uses of the rivers  and how it will be  good for us.

Water: Rivers carry water and nutrients all around the earth. Rivers use about 75% of the earths land surface.


Transport: Rivers acquiesce in  transport such as boats to travel to different areas. 


Energy: Rivers are an important energy source, at the industrial revolution factories were built near rivers which allowed them to use water. then could be used to power machines.


Habitats: Rivers are a main habitat providing a drink, food also place  for animals and sea creatures. Kingfishers are an example of creatures who live in rivers and  eat small fish. Animals such as Lions and Elephants go to the river bank to have a drink of water so they wont be dehydrated.

so all these uses are  to maintain the environment balance to protect with all the accesses we have so the ways we can reduce pollution to protect .

they are

  • to reduce the consumption of plastic.
  • reduce littering
  • use crude oil alternative to reduce air pollution.

so after all this we can have an opportunity to reduce the pollution,so we can protect rivers.

 

 

0 have signed. Let’s get to 100!
At 100 signatures, this petition is more likely to be featured in recommendations!