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It is believed that increasing the price of fueld is a way to solve world's environmental problem. Personally, I think this statement is completely flawed and there could be other reasonable alternatives.
It is vividly that price of fuel has merely thing to do with reducing the use of private vehicles. The inevitable demand for time-saving travelling in this modern and hustle world makes the change in price of gas become insignificant, which proves the ineffectiveness of this policy.
Several alternatives can be put in consideration. Governments can take other measures to mitigate these problems. A better solution is to invest in renewable energy sources such as wind, solar and tide rather than non-renewable resources like coal and petrol. For example, solar power in the United States has proven its efficiency in energy production. Second, by improving public transportation and reducing the cost of traveling, the government can encourage more people to use public transport; this practice can help clean the environment and reduce traffic.
To conclude, it is absurd to increase the price of fuel to tackle the environmental problem and several solutions can be considered which have been mentioned.
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I agree with this because if around the world increase the price of fuel is good for environmental.If cars and motorbikes around the world lack gasoline,we will launch the nation to ride bicycles to protect the environmental
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Pollution of the soil environment is a consequence of human activities that change ecological factors to overcome the ecological limits of the communities living in the land.
The soil environment is the shelter of people and most of the shallow creatures, is the foundation for civil, industrial and cultural construction works of people. Land is a valuable resource, people use land resources for agricultural production to ensure food supply for people. But with the current rate of population growth and the speed of industrial development and urbanization, the area of cultivated land is increasingly narrowed, the quality of land is increasingly degraded, the average land area head of people reduced. Particularly only in Vietnam, the reality of land resource degradation is very worrying and serious.
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In today’s world, environmental problems have become a great concern on a global scale. It is believed that human’s overuse of energy is the culprit of natural deterioration. Therefore, some people argue that the price of widely used energy such as fuel should be imposed high prices on. To my perspective, I partly agree with this opinion.
On one hand, the surge in the price of fuel will result in the reduction in the usage of this energy as people will turn to alternatives that are cheaper such as public transportation. This will significantly relieve the roads from heavy traffic by decreasing the number of vehicles, which in turn alleviates the problem of pollution caused by exhaust. Moreover, governments can heighten fuel’s price by imposing higher taxes on it, which enriches the national budget and enables governments to invest more into research and development of renewable energy or amelioration the infrastructure of public transportation. In other words, the suggested solution can bring about less usage of fuel, therefore, less gas emissions and help the government to strengthen their funds through taxes to invest in other solutions to the environmental problems.
On the other hand, fuel is a necessity on a daily basis for the public. Hence, the surge in its price can cause a great plummet to their daily expenditure, which plunges the national gross domestic products in the long-term and worsens the economies of many nations. Furthermore, we are living in a globalized world, which means that the downturns in some nations’ economies will lead to the economic crisis on a global scale on account of the domino effect.
In conclusion, the proposed solution can address traffic pollution and enable governments to use the taxes imposed on fuel to invest into other better alternatives. However, the higher price of fuel is a macro-economic matter which should be tackled with great consideration and calculation by the governments and can only apply in the short-run.
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Nowadays, environmental pollution is the most difficult problem to resolve. It causes many effects of human life especially decrease the amount of fuel. As far as I know, fuel is necessary for us as a source of energy. Many machines or vehicles need it to run effectively. With the big help of fuel, we need to save it or increase the price of fuel.
Firstly, fuel is made of oil, a non-renewable source of energy. Oil is as known as the "black gold" of the world. With the velocity of mining oil as today, it's predicted that the amount of oil in the world will be empty around 78 years later.
Another reason is when you using fuel into your life, the amount of carbon dioxide discharged into the air is increasing. Therefore, the polluted air makes people ill seriously.
Finally, fuel is inflammable, so it's very dangerous to sell it at a cheap price. With just a mistake, the fuel will burn and affect directly to the environment. If the fuel burns the forest, it will make deforestation. And people will have no more air to breathe.
To sum up, we need to expense the price to fuel to not do all the above things. Thanks for reading and leave a comment.