creating a thesis and an outline on Personal Responsibility in the Eradication of Pollution.
I need help creating a thesis and an outline on Personal Responsibility in the Eradication of Pollution. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required.
Pollution of the environment which is caused by man is not new. it began with the rising of population Europe during the middle ages. . As a result of the poor living conditions such as congestion and poor sanitation, there was a spread of disease conditions hence the occurrence of the Black Plague. The industrial revolution of the 19th century that took place in Europe and America saw people experience pollution of air, soil, and water systems to levels that threatened the extinction of some flora and fauna species. Governments the world over responded to the deteriorating environment in the last few decades of the 20th century through the imposition of laws aimed at limiting environmental pollution of pollution (Ocean Service, 2008). There is no doubt that the menace of pollution is today affecting every nation of the world.
The burning of fossil fuels for instance is a major cause of air pollution. Daily consumption of fuel through cars releases a lot of CO2 into the atmosphere with the result of that air we are inhaling is not clean and as such poses significant health risks. Nations especially in the developed world are trying to regulate air pollution through the passage of tough laws to govern corporations thought to hold most of the responsibility when it comes to environmental pollution (Gulf Daily News, 2009).
The sole aim is to force these companies to behave responsibly in terms of the release of chemicals into the atmosphere. Failure on the part of corporations to adhere to environmental laws attracts stiff penalties and increased taxes. This is because pollution affects the environment adversely and thus bringing about major human health issues with the ultimate rise in the cost of medicine to individuals. Bad air for instance has caused an increase in conditions such as allergies and asthma (Abdi, Ferrera, 205).
In the Kyoto protocol, for instance, most of the industrialized and developing nations of the world committing to the reduction of CO2 emissions by an average of 5% till the year 2012 basing their 1990 emission levels. .