Take care of the Earth and the Earth will take care of you. This cliche is used a lot, but it is true. The environment needs proper maintenance, so the years can be prolonged for the generations to come. These simple things will lead to a big impact and will eventually lead to a win-win situation.

 

A Look Into Seattle As A Test City

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Improvement of the quality of the air is vital to humans and animals because inhaling toxic air will do consequential damages to the body in the long run. Public transportation helps the environment by diminishing the poisonous particles that are floating in the air. Public buses utilizes only 20% of carbon monoxide and trains only utilizes only 25% of nitrogen oxides. When more people use the transit, less hazardous smoke will come out of the exhaust pipe. Other transit vehicles, use alternative fuels such as compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas or fuel cells which produce fewer pollutants. Trains and buses are going electric to get rid of the smog and to breathe better.

 

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions is the cause-effect relationship with global warming. The more vehicles that are on the road by polluting the air by increasing the heat. The heat will riser the temperatures. The public transit will reduce traffic because more people aren’t using private vehicle to get around. It is estimated that in the United States alone, public transportation use reduces carbon emissions by around 37 million tonnes per year. In addition, public transportation decreases the greenhouse gas emissions by using alternate fuels and dwindle drive time.

 

Less chaos

Public transportation helps the environment by having less chaos. This means not having to construct new roads to accommodate more vehicles. This will relieve the stress of not having to cut down the forests to build bridges or even highways. Animals won’t be displaced or killed because their homes are safe. The water supply won’t be necessary because the pavement not needed to be created. Also, there will be less road killed animals because private vehicles drivers tend to commit this issue as opposed to public transit drivers. The latest research shows that in 2011, U.S. public transportation use saved 865 million hours in travel time. Each state have saved millions of dollars each year and the money was able to use for something else.

 

Be considerate to the environment because everyone needs it. You don’t have to take public transportation every day, but, once in a while won’t hurt – quite the opposite, actually. To make the world a better place will take tremendous efforts to be accomplished. However, just be considerate to yourself and others as well, and it will really go a long way.

About the author

Paisley Hansen

Paisley Hansen is a freelance writer and expert in health, fitness, beauty, and fashion. When she isn’t writing she can usually be found reading a good book or hitting the gym

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