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For A Better World

For A Better World. The best way to save the energy is storing it.

         It is hard to say that there is still a place in the world, which, directly or indirectly, hasn’t been touched by man’s hand. Beginning from ancient times, man in the role of the hunter or the harvester of plants products has stayed face to face to natural ecosystems.
Man affects the biosphere. Protecting nature and it’s living creatures is a necessity.
Today saving fuels is treated as a source of energy. In Albania and many other countries, most of energy is hydroelectric, produced by generators that use the water from lakes or rivers. Rivers today have too many barriers, as much as fishes almost cannot cross throwgh the water current and riproduce in their natural environments. Therefore, fishing in these rivers has gone too low.

The best way to save the energy is storing it.
In the efforts of international community to limit the  emission of carbon dioxide and other pollutants in the atmosphere, the most problematic sector is transport. Transport is responsible for about 1/5 of the amount of carbon dioxide emited in atmosphere. Some researchers calculate that till year 2050, around 30 to 50% of the amount of carbon dioxide emited in atmosphere will come from transport.
Vehicles we use today constantly emit pollutant gases that tend to cover the skies in smog and cause large pollution of air.
Pollution of transport can be avoided by using clean and non pollutive sources of energy.
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle
Reusing means extending the “life“ of everything, before throwing them away. When we don’t use things anymore, we can give them to someone else, so he can use them too. Here are some examples:
1.      When you travel outside or during the weekends don’t throw away the plastic glassess, plates, kitchen utensils or plastic bags that you may use. Wash and reuse them., because the most of them can be used for a long time. They might not be very expensive to be replaced, but there is no reason to be thrown away, just as you can’t throw away your bicycle after only one ride. And speaking of bicycles (or other things like driers or washers etc.) why don’t we repair them when they are damaged, but instantly want to replace them with others?! That’s is another form of reusing. New things are not always good, and not always necessary.
2.      Use textile-made bags when you buy foods, so you don’t have to choose between the plastic or paper bag.
Reducing means reducing the amount of articles or sources that have been consumed before, using the most necessary and looking for new alternatives to replace them. Anyone can practice reducing. There are a number of ways to do that:
1.      Buy only what you need and use everything you have bought before.
2.      Pay attention that, when you don’t need to use something, give it to someone else, so he can keep using it. This is very important when it comes to things that are rare or dangerous for our environment, such as paints and chemicals.
3.      Avoid as much as you can packages and one usage bags where you put the bought articles. Buy packed articles in high amounts, so you can spend less for the packaging and protect the environment from throwing too much packages.
4.      Refuse plastic bags when you shop! When you buy one or two articles you’d better hold them in your hands. And don’t forget to take with you paper or textile-made bags that can be recycled when you go for shopping again.
5.      Buy articles that can be used for a very long time. In that way, you can spend less and reduce the garbages.
6.      If you will plant plants in your garden, you will not have to buy anymore many of packaged or processed foods and neither spend fossil fuels to go to the shop and get back home.
7.      Transform the rubbish of your house in a mixture that can be thrown in the garden to help the plants to grow. Even the grass, leaves, paper and other kinds of food can be used to help the plants to grow.
Recycling is a process that intends using the materials of an old object to remake the same object or other products, without throwing them to the rubbish bin. Making new products from recycled materials, also spends less energy and other sources, in comparison with new material-made products. Examples of recycled materials are: glass, plastics, paper, aluminium cans, petroleum used motors and batteries. Recycling includes the process of collection, processing, reprocessing of materials, instead of throwing them away.
1.      Before you decide to recycle the materials of an object, firstly program all the things that can be made using this material. Even in your fresh computer there might be parts that are produced from recycling plastic materials. Even the paper-made products can be shaped in many ways, for example, an old phone numbers book or a coloured book, after recycling might be a school book or a notebook.
2.      Recycling is not mission impossible! It is a very simple process!
Never throw away what can be recycled!

Environmental protection
Our planet is changing. We need to help it change for the better and we’re asking for your help to do that! There are a lot of things that affect our planet in a bad way but the good news is that everyone can help to reduce them and do their bit for the environment.
Here is a list of important topics and with them a list of good ways that you can help, so read on and start protecting the environment today.
1.      Electricity(Energy)
2.      Pollution
3.      Food
4.      Water
5.      Rubbish
6.      Rainforests(Deforestation)
Energy is everywhere. We use the energy to move the mouse for a computer, to jump and shout and walk and run. It takes energy to power a light bulb and the light that the bulb gives off is also a form of energy called radiation energy. Radiation energy from the sun enables vegetables, plants, trees and us to grow. Other forms of  energy include heat, chemical energy, kinetic (motion) energy, gravitational energy and nuclear power.
Detectives – Can you guess how many things need electricity in your house?
Take a guess, than go on a detective mission and write down all the things you find. Set up a competition in your family and see who’s guess is the closest!
Our growing need for energy is one of the problems facing the world today.
How to help? Lights out!
Turning the lights off when you’re  not in the room(make sure no one else is too!) can save a lot of energy.
Pollution is caused when harmful or poisonous substances are released of found in the air, river, seas, animals, plants or even our bodies. Did you know that pollution is one of the main causes of asthma, which affects a whopping 1,1 million children in United Kingdom?
Turn on the top and there it is. Getting water is so easy that you would be mistaken for thinking that there was an endless supply. But the world has a water shortage. 70% of the world is covered in water – we should call our planet “Ocean”, not Earth!
Ways to protect the environment
Environment – and your own health. More and more people are interested in going green, buying organic and ultimately protecting the environment for a number of different reasons. The quality of you life can improve. You can save money with green living choices!

The quality of the air we breathe directly affects our health. On average, a person breathes approximately 227 thousand cubic metres of air during a lifetime. That’s enough air to fill more than 40 giant airships! Have you ever considered what’s in the air we breathe and what it can do to our health?
There are many different kinds of air pollutants and each affects our body in a particular manner, causing specific health problems. Almost two-thirds of the pollution released into our air is caused by cars, trucks and other means of transport.
For example, the pollutant ozone (O3) is produced when gases or vapours emitted by cars react in the presence of sunlight. This pollutant causes breathing difficulties, lung tissue damage, coughing and chest pains. Car emissions also contribute to the amount of Particulate Matter (PM 10) and Fine Particulate Matter (PM 2,5) found in the air. Coughing, phlegm, asthma, cancer, lung damage, heart attacks and premature death are some of the negative health effects of PM 10 and PM 2,5. Carbon monoxide (CO), another air pollutant, causes chest pains in heart patients, headaches and reduced mental alertness.
The type of cars we drive, the way we drive and how well our cars are maintained are three factors that are directly related to the amount of emissions released. It is important to consider our environment when shopping for a car. Check the emission standards of the vehicle. Emission standards are requirements that set specific limits to the amount of pollutants that can be released in the environment. The European Union has its own set of emission standards that all new vehicles must meet and in the United States, emission standards are managed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as well as some states governments.
There are a variety of tips concerning cleaner ways to drive our vehicles. Combine errands into one trip by driving to a central location, parking and then walking to various destinations. We shouldn’t overfill our car with petrol and we need to replace the petrol cap tightly. Every litre of petrol spilled produces as much hydrocarbon pollution as driving approximately 3 000 kilometres.
Lastly, with proper care, cars maintain economical performance while polluting less. Refer to the vehicle’s “owner’s manual” or  “scheduled maintenance guide” for  recommended maintenance checks.

Remember, driving a cleaner car can contribute to cleaner air, so let’s all take the action needed!

Prepared: Enea Jahollari

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