Where the place is
When you visited
Why the air was not good
And explain how you felt about the place?
Down in the dumps
Well, India is a diverse country and a number of places are there. Some are pollution free while others are adversely affected by pollution. Today, here I would like to talk about a place where I visited and the air was hugely polluted.
Actually, a couple of months ago, I went to Delhi with my parents. There was a family function at my cousin’s house. We were really excited. Moreover, I never visited Delhi before. So it was my first experience. I was extremely curious to explore that new place.
Finally, when we reached over there I got shocked when I saw the pollution in that city. I felt hesitation, as well as my eyes, were burning due to smog and gasses which was released from vehicles running on the road. Apart from this, I also noticed some factories which were contributing to air pollution as these factories bring down numerous toxic gasses which were really harmful and put fatal effects on the ecosystem.
I felt down in the dumps/I felt blue as no one was worried about that issue. I consider that local authorities should be aware masses about the hazardous consequences of air pollution. Even, I felt pity for the residents of the city who had to live in a polluted area and were more prone to get diseases.
1 Is there more pollution now than in the past?
Ans. Definitely yes, in this modern era, pollution is mushrooming/increasing day by day. However, there was less pollution in the past years as not everyone had their own vehicles. Moreover, people were hugely careful about the protection of the environment as compared to the present time. Even nowadays a number of masses cut down trees for their own benefit, which also enhances the pollution in the environment.
2 Ques. In what ways can air pollution is reduced effectively?
Ans… According to my perspective, firstly individuals should plant some trees which assist to clean the air quality. Besides this, everyone should use public transport in order to reduce air pollution to some extent.
3 Ques. Do you think the city is cleaner or dirtier than the countryside? Why?
Ans… I think that cities are dirtier than the countryside. As in cities people love to use their own vehicles on daily basis. Moreover, some factories and fewer numbers of trees are the main reasons for pollution. If I talk about the countryside area then in the villages people usually plant more and more trees as well as do farming which maintains the balance of air quality. So, I believe that villages are cleaner than cities.
4 Ques. What can factories and power plants do to reduce pollutants?
Ans… I think that factories and power plants can do various things to reduce pollutants. Firstly, they should follow the rules and regulations which official authorities made for them. Moreover, they should use some other resources of energy which help them to reduce the pollution form the environment.
5 Ques. Do you think many companies have been forced to reduce pollutants?
Yes, many companies have been forced to reduce pollutants.
For instance, the supreme court of India gave the order to shut down 212 factories in Agra as they caused damage to the environment. Apart from this, if any industry does not abide by the laws and violates the regulations then it is penalized.
6. Do you think the wind has any effect on pollution? How?
I think wind plays a significant role in spreading pollutants into the air because wind carries small and lightweight particles with it. To cite an example, due to stubble burning, smoke reaches the capital of India named Delhi from Punjab during the months of October and November. This happens only through the air.