The environment problems facing today’s world are so great that there is little ordinary people can do to improve the situation. Government and large companies should be responsible for reducing the amount of damage being done to the environment. To what extend do you agree or disagree?
Climate change is a phenomenon affecting all people in all walks of life, from individual citizens to whole countries and huge multinational companies. Some people opine that individual action can do nothing to prevent the damage to environment and that only governments and large companies con help minimize the damage to environment.
There are those who say that the majority of the damage is wrought by big businesses. By imposing restrictions on emissions and by strictly monitoring waste disposal from factories, plants and businesses, governments would go a long way towards preventing climate change. It is thought that governments around the world should come up with solutions to help prevent imminent environmental disaster. Proponents of this view claim that individual action is irrelevant in the face of massive, wide-scale prevention policies set and controlled by governments.
On the other hand, there are a growing number of people who believe that individual action combined with governmental and business action will do a lot more to prevent climate change than if individual citizens were not involved. In a world of six billion people, if everyone thought about the amount of water they use, how they dispose of their rubbish, whether or not something needs to be thrown away or if they can, in fact, re-use certain items then we would be giving the problem of climate change and its prevention a massive boost.
To put it in a nutshell, I pen down saying that individual citizens cannot sit back and say it is someone else’s responsibility to protect the environment; we must all play our part – individual citizens, governments and big businesses alike.