Yes To Urban Farming
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Nature is a beautiful gift provided for people, however, due to the reason that people got this gift for free, they did not learn how to value it. People do not appreciate what they have and their actions lead to the severe consequences. Environmental pollution is a global problem that bothers the whole world in the present times. People did not buy nature and all the beauty and resources they have, but now they started to pay. All the natural disasters, climate changes, global warming and another outcome of the harm provided by them showed that here is an urgent necessity to stop and reconsider the lifestyle, the useless waste of some resources. It is time to reconsider the value of nature and direct attention to the problem of environmental pollution.
Thus, environmental pollution is a problem that deals “with the unsustainable anthropogenic activities, resulting in substantial public health problems”. It would be essential to appeal to the essence of the core term in order to get a clearer understanding of the discussed issue.
The problem will not disappear itself. It will continue to develop and to cover more territories. However, there are ways to stop this tendency and to reduce the provided harm. These ways are clearly discussed and described in the studies of many scholars and specialists on environmental pollution. Some measures have been already taken in order to save the planet, but these measures are incomparable to the produced harm that is why people still have to do much more than they did.
People are well-acknowledged, and they have all the needed resources in order to fight the pollution, however, they used to the way of life they had, and some of them could not accept such considerable changes. Environmental pollution destroys the nature day after day, and there is a need for measures that would contribute to the process of fighting this problem and the establishment of new healthy and clean environment!
Nature is a resource for people’s existence. There is no life without nature, and people have to understand this simple fact. Technological and industrial development provided us with great opportunities, however, nothing is got for free. People paid a huge sum for technological development, and this price is a pollution. Today the development is a doubtful word because the more things are invented, the more harm for nature is produced. The balance has to be achieved in order to save the planet and reduce the harm. Natural resources are limited that is why people have to do their best in order to contribute to their development, not just waste them in order to achieve success in some technological or industrial area. The common understanding of the existence of this problem will cause positive results and will help to reduce the chances of global collapse.
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