They do actually. My friend used to work on reducing diesel emissions by giving government grants to truck, car and bus companies to turn to cleaner fuel technology or simply away from diesel whatsoever. They now reduce drinking water contamination in public water sources.(Original post by LawBore)
I assume none of these bother you when you walk down the street, though.
I live in an area of low pollution and when I have the chance to choose, I will carefully pick an area which has low pollution rates. Along with eating and drinking fairly carefully I do my best to avoid any contaminents where I can.
Of course, carcinogens are all around us and in pretty much everything but I will really do my best to avoid them if I can. I only get one body in my life, so I want to take care of it.
Ban smoking from the streets Watch
Last edited by Blah12345678; 05-12-2010 at 15:30.
- 05-12-2010 15:26
- 11-01-2011 09:20
It's good news for non-smokers, but smoking ban in public places has caused big problem to all smokers. I am a smoker and as I heard this news I was shocked, but now I found an alternate named Electronic Cigarettes which has various advantages over normal cigarettes like they, can be freely smoked anywhere with no harm and they smell good.
- 12-01-2011 22:38
Freedom and as for your shelter idea that would cost millions of pounds to gain what? apart from quashing the publics libertys. The streets are very well "ventilated" and it will cause no harm. Hold your breath