By Jagriti Arora:
Cause: Biggest cause is water vapour.
Trees are safe. Trees! What do Trees do? Absorb carbon dioxide. So yes, they might as well help in reducing the green-house effect!
But what about water vapour? How should that be helped?
Cause: Evaporation. Who can fight the mighty Poseidon anyway? So, what should be done? Should rains be pulled down? So that they don’t remain/stand in the atmosphere? How do we pull the rain down? Making it heavy? The cloud? Right? Too much of vapour to get rid of vapour?
I just can’t think of an alternative.
Secondly, Economy! When the demand for a particular thing decreases, it’s manufacturing decreases. The problem is, economy looks all made up, and so unnecessary to me! Why can’t we convert the manufacturing units into recycling units? It is simple right?
I am talking about plastic! If it can be recycled, why are we banning it?
If it is non-biodegradable, why are we even trying to decompose it? Reuse the darned plastic.
Government. Knows how to ban, and we-the-brainwashed-people nod our heads in agreement, applaud in appreciation for the “wisdom”!
What can be done should be done.
The so made up Earth Hour! [Remember? When we switched our lights off for an hour? It was in the papers, On T.V, Everywhere]
Switch your lights off when you don’t need them … as simple as that! Not with something totally made up.
We can wake up early in the morning do our much necessary study in the natural light, can’t we?
The focus is on wisdom. Wisdom is based on necessity!
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