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MPUMALANGA TOWN HEATS UP CLIMATE CHANGE

by Xolani Mnisi | 19-02-2020 20:59 recommendations 0 recommendations

Kriel, a town located intra the Mpumalanga province has had its way up the international arena the past year.

Reported over several media forms: radio and newspaper, BusinessTech in particular declared by the Green Peace Institute that Kriel town records as the worlds highest pollutant and most toxic town to date.

Being dependent on the background of coal mining and hosting one the nations power station, a heavy presence of air pollution can generally be observed evidently be observed. A smog of heavy fuliginous dark-grey skies are present aswel. 

The ramifications posed to such are the air quality and conditions elements which are particulars existing: Sulphur being utmost main effect and deterrent of all.

Kriel suggests positions as a town which authorities have identified as a disaster risk area and that drastic actions sought required be considered and undertaken in order to ensure a valuable and viable progress towards tolerance and relevance for climate change and global warming.

In a series of attempt to limit the scourge, the [national] government of the South Africa sub national treasury, have issued a new system: The Carbon tax, inorder to combat such-one imposing impunities to firm and other corporates, which pose threat ad instability towards the environment.

With assistance by the Department of Environmental Affairs and Forestry’s, the carbon tax law sustains and also remains valid in longevity power capacity as the  regulatory systems by the department measures and aligns mechanisms to ensure optimal effectiveness and efficiency of exposure and fine to corporates undermining the environment, should be found to have violated the environment.

Thus serves to ensure that both the benefit of the fiscus  and the environment is restored and reignited to optimal and climax levels to ensure greater sustainability and compatibility.

Organized institutions and organizations have made a stern concern for transformation of such a prone effect. Commonly be the energy production and energy tolerant sentiment shared amongst. A new carbon footprint adoption and adaption par renewable energy production course aswel and to educate citizens of further reduction measures that can be enforced at full scale and period.

It has also been evident through research produced and released by respective organizations activists that the air particle molecules are affecting the livelihood of fellow nearby residing residents, resulting to decrease of lifespan, hampering future growth in terms of socio-economic development and population standards.

Throughout such, the need for better energy production and service delivery methodology were encouraged and motivated. In this sense, harsher conditions have been called for issuance to corporates and institutions found to violate and mishandle the precise and concise credibility. A stern promulgation for government to foster and introduce harsher and effective measures are said nee
 

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8 Comments

Jasmine Karki

  • Jasmine Karki says :
    Greetings
    Thank you so much for sharing your report!!
    Hope to read more from you..

    Green cheers
    Regards
    Jasmine karki
    Posted 27-02-2020 00:32

Ishma Gurung

  • Ishma Gurung says :
    Hello
    Thank you so much for this report
    Green cheers
    Regards
    Ishma
    Posted 25-02-2020 11:35

Hyeongmin Mentor

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Xolani

    I can see that the situation in the town is quite serious. Partially, I think that the pollution caused in the town is inevitable since the source of the pollution, which is mining, is their main economical background. This kind of situation is where innovative technology should be implemented to both preserve the environment and make the people able to keep making the living. I look forward to hear some good new from the town.

    Thank you for the great report!
    Posted 23-02-2020 13:03

Rachu Khanal

  • Rachu Khanal says :
    Thank you for the report
    Posted 22-02-2020 19:29

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Xolani

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about MPUMALANGA TOWN HEATS UP CLIMATE CHANGE

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Regards,
    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 21-02-2020 10:33

Nitipak Ratapipat

Lisa Mentor

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Hey Xolani!
    It's Lisa once again.

    I hope the conditions in the town get better soon. But at the same time, I think this case portrays well a situation where sometimes, environmental pollution is not the result of luxurious brutality. Choosing to develop coal mining was never really an option for the people that live there nor the country. It's more of doing what they could do in a given situation making the best out of it for economic development. In such cases, instead of criminalizing the people, it should be that innovative technologies are provided as a form of international assistance and aid.

    Thank you for writing about a topic that's worth discussing!


    Posted 19-02-2020 23:50

Claire Smith

  • Claire Smith says :
    I heard about it, and this is so sad!
    Posted 19-02-2020 21:26

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