Plastic objects that we use once and discard, or single use of plastics, are a growing crucial problem of global proportion. That’s why on every 22, April the Earth Day is celebrating.
50th anniversary of Earth Day
April 22, 2018, is focused on Ending Plastic Pollution by Earth Day 2020, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The resources below are designed to help you inform, inspire and organize citizens to take action to on Earth Day 2018 and beyond.
The world is reaching a critical stage where environmental pollution is concerned — some would even argue we have crossed the tipping point.
While Pakistan, in global terms, figures far down on the list of contributors to greenhouse gas emissions and solid waste, our disposal mechanisms of the solid waste that we produce and how we dispose of it has dire, ongoing implications for our quality of life.
In Pakistan, the impacts of plastic garbage on land and water are creating many obstacles. Garbage from landfills or other open fields kills the natural beauty and it is very unhygienic too. The garbage of plastic bag blocks the pip lines which causes sewerage problems as the spread of water on the floor gives an opportunity to the birth of a small organism that later causes the biggest problem or disease it effects on wildlife habitats, wildlife and humans.
The government of Pakistan should band the plastics bags as it is the main factor to affect the health of human and impose a plenty to those shops who sells plastics bags or provided their products in plastics bags. Health care system needs to be addressed as an infrastructure system for the good of all the citizens.The use of paper bags should be implemented for the sake of our future generations otherwise the nation will be sick and it affects the wealth of the nation. Because…
“The healthy citizen are the greatest assets
that any country can have…