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In the recent years there has been a significant rise in peoples concern for the environment We all affect the natural environment but we are often are unaware of how much we affect it There is no part of the earth that does not remain affected by our actions Our actions are now threatening the health of our planet the land we live and work on the water supply the ozone layer the animal species as well as the health of our species With this it is easy to say The problem is too great and what can we do now Well we can first remember and believe that we can make a difference We can start with making a commitment to do a few things to save our environment We can work with our community and raise awareness about the environment We can look into the environmental issues in our neighborhood We can call our local government offices and ask if it has an environmental committee and if there is one we can join the committee and help with issues that are of concern of the local area We can organize a clean-up at a local park or street hold a garage sale or better yet hold a street sale and sell unwanted items this is a form of recycling We can also consider developing a proposal for funding an environmental program or cause The future of our world is unknown but with steady development we can try to guarantee a better quality of life for every living thing by becoming an informed citizen is a key piece in saving our environment possible In our home it is a great place to take action for the environment because we can control what happens and how things are done At home we can reduce the amount of waste that is produced by our household As consumers we can influence manufacturers to produce and
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