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Who is responsible for protecting the environment?
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Some people believe that it's important to protect the environment, but they make no efforts on it. What or the reasons of it? How to solve the environmental problems?

Some argue that even people made large efforts on environmental protection. Somehow, the situations are getting worse than ever. In this essay, I will indicate several reasons for people and the government was making worse on problems and some solutions for solving problems.

Though the government has been promoting the policies to rescue the problems, they still destroy the Earth. This point is best illustrated with the example of this, unlimited using authorities. Government allows the industries to do whatever they want, because government can be the biggest beneficiary of trade. The policy itself seems reliable, but accepts the companies dump toxic wastes into water resources and omit enormous carbon dioxides into air to aggravate the greenhouse effect. From other points of view, people's behavior is another reason why the effort seems useless. Addressing the problems should step up in person, but a bunch of citizens and politicians only use their mouth rather that action.

As can seen the problem from what I have stated. In my view, protecting the ecological balance necessitate the government and people to work together. For example, the lake of practical action in people stems from the government's strategies. The heads of government should expend the awareness of the importance of the ecological balance which requires people's action and involvement. Second, the industrial area's waste water systems need to abide the censorship from the International Environment Protection Tissue. Moreover, strictly-forced public recycling system should be introduced, and people should be encouraged to reduce and renew by a mix of taxes and subsidies.

In conclusion, government's policies and citizen's behavior both completely influence the only planet we have. The government should play a good model in environmental preservation, and people have to stand up for the self-right and oppose the damages which would make the world worse.

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