It is clear in their agenda that the environmental concerns of global warming must be addressed quickly. The state has been using modern technology to lessen the carbon emission as well as the pollution due to garbage. Moreover, they are beginning to be stricter in implementing laws regarding environmental issues. It is fascinating that the state is targeting the 20% level 1990s of carbon emission (Lai, 2009). This is a great feat for a state. Additionally, they are also using low carbon emitting trucks for garbage collection. GPS is also used for the verification of the location. The article also said that the effort was not that easy, because there is also some minor political conflict. Green jobs were also generated.
Our Community’s Effort to Sustainability
Recycling and energy saving activities are the easiest way to contribute. Sustainability is the process by which scientists aim to preserve our mother nature. Moreover, this would also allow human beings to live in a less polluted environment. The fauna and flora of a community can still survive if the balance of carbon emissions is implemented. Our community can impose stricter laws regarding garbage segregation and disposal. Online advertisements about it can also help in propagating the news. As modern as we are today, we also need to use any available technology to help the cause of sustainability.
Sustainability refers to the process by which many scientists are concern on how to protect our earth from pollution and global warming. The Indiana State University aimed to have sustainable efforts within their community. The levels of carbon emission is also lowered and implemented. Additionally, there are also garbage separation efforts. It is also clear that the level of concern to sustainability is in higher levels. About 71% of the students are concern about the matter. I therefore conclude that the university has done all of its efforts to implement sustainability.
Lai, Jennifer. "San Francisco Gets Smart with Green technology." Fortune. N.p., 11 Sept. 2009. Web. 30 June 2015.