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BlogActionDay

15 Oct

So for the BlogActionDay, I’ll talk about a simple pollution problem, cause i don’t really have time to talk about big issues.  Busses in Mauritius, as you all know make a hell  much of pollution, and this pollution deposits on the vegetables we eat.  I think there is a simple problem to be solved only a pollitical determination is needed.  The right laws should be passed so as to prevent these polluted buses from  invating our roads.  The bus company can with all its profits can replace all its old buses with new ones, however, these laws  won’t be passed.  In a capitalist system, the rich are protected and in Mauritius the profits of these bus companies are well protected. (Next generation politicien at UOM will perhaps be better?) This would be a good measure to reduce pollution IN MAURITIUS as compare to hybrid cars, cause the mass pollution is done by buses. New buses would also promote use of public transport, with more confortable buses, reducing more pollution.
So to end, i say we can all make a difference but are you prepare to do the right thing even though they are difficult?

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12 Comments

Posted by on October 15, 2007 in Uncategorized

 

12 responses to “BlogActionDay

  1. morinn

    October 15, 2007 at 10:22 pm

    wai o fait c vrai! enplis moris si suposer 1 pays en voie de developement, la plipart so population encore servi transport en commun pour la majoriter. alor li vrai.

    dan ena pays zot dir servi bis pou fr moins pollution, mai ici nu bus pa assez en bon etat ek bien ekiper. foder gueter lagare kan sa p larg so bne la fumer! pff

     
  2. keli

    October 15, 2007 at 10:28 pm

    yeah you are right, so many small issues which form the root of the main problem need to be tackled first, corruption. its the main barrier to social advancement, alas.

     
  3. Vanam

    October 15, 2007 at 11:16 pm

    I’m totally agreeing with u here kervin. Moris pa met oken l’emphase lor pollution control, whether from buses or any other source. On the non-existant list of priorities, it’s probably the last. To make use of a cliché, we should try to prevent pollution damage, before we have to come up with a cure.

    Btw, nice start on your blog. Keep it up! 😉

     
  4. rooch

    October 15, 2007 at 11:24 pm

    heyyy ena ene la loi lor ban biss ki polluer. sipozer raporte zot mais ban morisyen tro passif, zamais nou pou fer kitsoz when we c its worng…foder ariv ene mega comeraz lerla pou pran action.pfff!

     
  5. krvn

    October 15, 2007 at 11:31 pm

    oui mo si mne ten2 la loi la, mais zamais mo pa truve amerioration :S n tnks 4 z ncoragement

     
  6. irfaan

    October 16, 2007 at 8:51 pm

    Very nice thought étant donné that you live en plein industrial zone. Coromandel mo croire non!

     
  7. ¥@$#

    October 16, 2007 at 10:44 pm

    Au fait, Govt zamais pou fer kik soz dans sa genre la… akoz 3/4 bus lor la route c compagnies national… Govt ena zot la mais dans bane compagnie la… donc zot pa pou fer kik soz ki pou fer zot prop la perte… Bane cons la!

     
  8. mayvin

    October 16, 2007 at 10:58 pm

    wah vrai saa.. net ena pollution

     
  9. bbZuSh

    October 24, 2007 at 1:47 pm

    Govt zamais pu fer kitsoz kumsa… Nu bane cher politicien guet zis zot poche… en plus, ti to envi al NTA, zt refiz toi… plis ki 5 kout m kwar zne refiz moi… telephone ici, telephone laba… pfff… ene ta palab… bane la, zot pa lE sanz narien… mm si komier toi t envi change. I belive ki nu kav change, mais fodrer tou dimun pren part… ek non pas, certain guet zis zt faciliT…

     
  10. The MBB

    October 24, 2007 at 1:56 pm

    It’s nice of you to take part in the Blog Action Day. Nice points you’ve mentioned here. 😉

     
  11. He Who Has No Name

    November 20, 2007 at 9:59 pm

    Inactive blog? Dead blog? Is that the eventual fate of all personal blogs? :s

     
  12. kervin

    November 20, 2007 at 10:44 pm

    yes!!

     

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