Strict and comprehensive implementation of Laws/Rules such as The Forest Conservation Act, 1980, Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, EPA 1986 etc.3.
Gasification to avoid burning of crop residue (straw and stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana, UP).4. Introduction of cleaner/alternate fuels like gaseous fuel (CNG, LPG etc.), ethanol blend etc.9.
On the other hand, forests where purity air have been cut down and new cities and industries have been established in their place.
The cutting of the forests causes what is called “The Green House Effects”.
Polluted water is used for watering the plants and vegetables. Pesticides are also a source of pollution to our crops, vegetables and fruits.
Water pollution resulted in the outbreak of cholera and gastroenteritis in a number of colonies of Delhi suffering and death on a large scale.
Scrapping of CAMPA (Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority) and strict protection of forests. Proper pavement of roads, Vacuuming of road dust.6. Taxing polluting vehicles and incentivising hybrid and electric vehicles.10.
Installation of on-line continuous (24x7) monitoring devices by major industries.
Conserve Energy by using energy efficient appliances and Harness the renewable sources of power for Eg: Wind and Sun.5. In this manner, the use of fuel for transporting goods can be minimized.6. Use and buy products that are eco-friendly or made with biodegradable materials.7. They clean the air, provide oxygen, and beautify your surroundings.8. Start an anti-litter campaign to educate your community.
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