I live in Malonno, the small town in the mountain valley called Vallecamonica. Where I live the pollution is not as bad as in big cities because we have many forests. Here,the most serious form of pollution is represented by visual pollution due to the presence of overhead power lines . I think the solution to visual pollution could be the use of power lines underground.
I’d like know what do you think about this problem.
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My name is Domenico Pedrotti, i’m 16 years old. I am a student at IIS Meneghini to the secondary school in Edolo, a small mountain village in the north of Italy. My total carbon footprint is 7642Kg CO2 per year, in the Italy the average footprint is 8181 Kg. I always go to school by car with my mum because she works in the hospital near the school while I go back home by bus.
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HELLO! My name is Federico and I live in the north of Italy. I think that a great way to get closer to a sustainable city is the production of clean energy; for example everyone should install solar panels. In my home we use this type of energy productions and I must say that in addition to helping the environment we save a lot of money.
I hope that one day this will come true for all people.
Hi my name is Jonathan and I’m from Texas.
I think the reason many people’s carbon footprint is so high is because there is nothing nearby for transportation to be any lower. So not very many people can change that. Fortunately for me, everything I need to get to is within 5 miles so that makes my transportation not high. If most communities had grocery stores or restaurants nearby, then the world carbon footprint would significantly decrease.
In many places of the world, people are using CO2. Even though people are trying to help save the world, most people do not make a lot problem help the earth and create less CO2, reduce purchases, to use public transport, to eat organic foods, and not heat or cool homes as they often do normally.
Hi my name is elisabetta and I’m from Italy. I am attending a school for building technicians, I’ll be a surveyor and I’m interested in sustainable architecture. With this kind of building you can save environment and costs
I think it is going to be the future in the building’s field. I would like to know what do you think about this topic.
Hi, I’m Davide, I live in Italy. My carbon footprint about transportation is very high because in my town there aren’t a lot of public transportation; there aren’t many buses, there aren’t underground stations and there is just one train. I live in the mountain and I use heating six months a year. People in my town use to recycle. I use electric energy and natural gas in my house, I haven’t got any solar panels. All cars work by petrol fuel and they pollute a lot! The mountain is cleanest than city! Have you got any suggestions to decrease my carbon footprint?
Hi , I’m Giorgio ,I live in a small town , the carbon footprint in the category of transportation is very high because there aren’t many public transport so people mostly use their personal car ,I think the mountain area where I live is quite polluted because the ski resorts can have a strong impact on the environment because people who go skiing every weekend provoke air pollution their cars.