In wake of the rising pollution, great attention needs to be paid to one’s health and hygiene. While at the same time, it is important to introspect over one’s actions. For instance, in the festive season just gone by, there was a lot of pollution due to the bursting of fire-crackers. This further increased the air pollution multiple levels in Delhi.
The PM 10 level increased over 12 times the prescribed limit of the World Health Organization. In addition, the PM 2.5 level increased over 5 times. This becomes a threat to the harmonious well-being of people, as the environment in the Capital city of India is often equated with an open gas chamber.
There are ways and means by which we can change the existing scenario for good. The tree plantation drives can improve the present situation, and so can less dependence on private vehicles running on the roads. The civic agencies have brought forward the thought to start such campaigns, and green education is being pushed in schools across Delhi. This shall aim at educating the children regarding recycling waste material, the importance of lane driving, following traffic rules, planting trees, and lots more.
On an estimate, 10% of the area in Delhi is covered by cars. This is a usual sight noticing the unexpected traffic jams. People should inculcate road sense and park the vehicle at spaces meant for parking. Parking on the roads not only adds to the dismay of the commuters but also harms the environment.
Hence, at Agrocorp we request all our readers to introspect over one’s actions, making sure that they are environment-friendly. Let’s work towards sustainable development goals and make the environment a cleaner place to breathe in.