Man and his
are an entity, not one can do without the other. The topic of whether the
and big companies or individuals could make an impact in caring for the
remains a very controversial issue. In my opinion,
disagree with the notion that individuals cannot do anything to improve the
, because the bulk of the work rests
the people, as they have the greatest ability to make a difference and enforce the rule of law.
and foremost, individuals make up the
and the society at large. If each individual can care for and improve his or her own personal space and surroundings,
the world will be better for it
, even though the
is responsible for environmental policies, it is the job of the people to follow and implement
, as well as to report
to the authorities.
, in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2017, a survey was carried out to discover how the state was able to reduce public disposal of waste. It was revealed that
act reduced by 70%, when the people of the community become vigilant and reported people who openly littered the
to the appropriate authorities.
the people are majorly responsible for the
some schools of thought can argue that large companies and the
, have the manpower, infrastructure and financial capability to improve the
, their visions cannot be
if the people that constitute them do not have the same drive.
, it falls on individuals to want to make the world a better and clean space
not only for humans but for all living creatures as well.
, little things like making sure the waste generated at work places, go to the proper recycling bins and ensuring that the company or organizations, whether publicly or privately owned, make use of
products, makes a huge difference.
In conclusion, the question of who is in the best position to make a difference to improve the state of the surroundings, is it the
bodies or individuals? Is becoming increasingly popular. I strongly disagree with the opinion that people can do nothing to improve the
because they make up even the
and are the drivers of change.
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