Most developing countries have long since established laws and formal governmental structures to address their serious environmental problems, but few have been successful in alleviating those problems.
1. Share resources
Obviously, the fewer resources an average family uses, the lower the nation’s ecological footprint. Developing countries may not be able to afford electric or semi-electric cars, but their people can conserve both money and oxygen by carpooling, riding bikes and reusing grocery bags.
2. Air Pollution
Pollution from carbon dioxide results from cars and other vehicles (hence the proscribing of high emissions), fossil fuel burning (largely in power stations) and from respiration, particularly bacterial. By far the major cause currently is Chinese, Indian and US power stations.
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