Reducing pollution - conservation of wildlife, Biology

Reducing Pollution - Conservation of wildlife

As you already know, pollution of various kinds has affected the survival of living beings, particularly the wildlife in various ways. Pollution is the product of modern civilisation and this problem continues to grow. Then, what should be done?

Today, our life styles have become such that it is not easy to revert back to the old stage. So, development of effective methods to curb pollution, change in practices to avoid the generation of pollutants is called for.

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